Wounded Warrior Project – Veterans Day, 2008

Posted: November 11, 2008 by Jeff Fabiszewski in Kayak Adaptive Programs
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As you know, today, November 11th, marks the nation’s annual observance of Veterans Day. As the country takes this day to honor the sacrifices of our nation’s military personnel, the Wounded Warrior Project will be featured on various television news shows throughout the day.First, this morning WWP Executive Director John Melia and wounded warrior Andy Butterworth will be featured on FoxNews Channel’s Fox & Friends program between Find out about TRACK6:30 and 7:00 a.m. John and Andy will be on-air live to discuss Veterans Day and the Wounded Warrior Project. FoxNews will also be airing a separate piece on WWP’s TRACK program throughout the course of the day.

Second, Wounded Warrior Project’s Transition Training Academy (TTA) will be featured in a story on the ABC News World News tonight. TTA helps participants explore Information Got to WWP's homepageTechnology (IT) as a potential career field and to develop new career skills with real-world applications. Watch ABC “World News with Charles Gibson” this evening (6:30EST, 4:30CST, 3:30PST) for a special Bob Woodruff Veterans Day report on select WWP programs!

Third, at 8:00 pm EST, Wounded Warrior Project and wounded warriors Ryan Kules and Jonathan Bartlett will be profiled on HDNet’s Dan Rather Reports. Ryan (WWP’s Director of Alumni & Warriors To Work programs) and Jonathan (a WWP Public Relations intern) will tell their stories and discuss how they, with WWP’s help, have been able to transition out of the military and back into their new civilian lives.


Please check your local cable provider to determine on what channel or if possible to view a playback of any of the above Wounded Warrior Project Veterans Day special interviews.

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