TweetOn Friday January 18th, Operation Ward 57’s Honor & Courage team came together with TEAM X-T.R.E.M.E to give presentations throughout the day at Upper Moreland middle school in Upper Moreland PA. Not only does the Honor & Courage Program have an amazing Wounded Warrior Mentorship Team, they also go around to various schools, youth groups, [...]
TweetDo you love big trucks & loud engines? Operation Ward 57 has FREE tickets for Monster Jam in Baltimore, MD on March 2nd and 3rd! Free tickets are available to wounded warriors and their families, medical staff and Veterans (priority to wounded). To sign up please email Brittney@operationward57.org with your desired date and number of tickets needed. [...]
Tweet Operation Ward 57 would like to take a moment to thank and recognize one of our partner organizations, 4 Wheel to Heal . They support wounded veterans from all branches of the military by providing morale boosting events by bringing them to off-roading events that involve camping, rock crawling, mud bogging, rock racing, [...]
TweetOperation Ward 57 is putting together a slideshow to be used on our website and online promotion. We are looking for photos of active duty or OIF/OEF/OND veterans that want to be featured. Would also love photos of former/current patients as well as medical staff working on the ward or at the hospital. We want [...]
TweetFor a 3rd year the Seattle Marathon Association (SMA) is teaming up with Operation Ward 57 to support the Iraq Afghanistan Run for Remembrance. This run is done in conjunction with the SMA events. Operation Ward 57 is organizing a team to run in the Seattle Marathon 5K Race: presented by South Sound Running on [...]
A World War II Medal of Honor winner who made headlines for his fight to fly an American flag in his Virginia front yard, has died. Retired Army Col. Van Thomas Barfoot was 92.
On Sunday February 26, 2012 the United States Army stated they had identified the remains of the last missing U.S. Service Member unaccounted for in Iraq; Staff Sergeant Al-Taie.
Suicides in the Army were at a record level in July 2011. You can get help for yourself or someone you know by calling 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1. .
Army announces move to 9 month deployments
Today we celebrate Flag Day and the 236th birthday of the founding of the United States Army