The number of Wounded Warriors created out of U.S. military
conflicts since 2001 is over 60,000. Medical advances and
US combat initiatives have resulted in an upsurge of US troops
surviving with extremely serious injuries. Existing services are
strained in meeting the needs of this increasing population.
Thankfully, there are public and private partnerships across the
country working together to help address these needs.
The National Ability Center, located in Park City, Utah, is leading
the effort in partnering with government, non-profit and for profit
businesses statewide to provide the support our soldiers need and
deserve as they transition their military, civilian and family life to
one impacted, but limited, by injury. We invite you to join us on
Show your support and appreciation for our Nation's service members
and Vetrans and your commitment to supporting them as they return