A true warrior spirit

Tucker Hall, a four year old with Spina Bifida, gets ready to race Chief Master Sgt. retired Garrett Kuwada, Air Force Wounded Warrior Program athlete and Team US Invictus Games competitor, at the 2020 U.S. Pacific Air Forces Warrior CARE event, January 27, 2020 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Tucker, the son of a volunteer at the event, was brought to the event to witness the service men and women who participate in the adaptive sports program and witness the resiliency of the warriors who do not let their illnesses or injuries define them. (Courtesy photo)
At the beginning of each event, Air Force Wounded Warrior, or AFW2, staff meets with volunteers to assign and explain roles and responsibilities; educate them on what the congressionally-mandated, federally-funded program does for seriously wounded, ill and injured Airmen and their families; and collect contact information to ensure a successful and well-coordinated event.

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