• Wounded, Ill & Injured
    Wounded, Ill & Injured

    Wounded, Ill & Injured >>

    Information to assist wounded, ill and injured Marines through their recovery mission.

  • Family Support
    Family Support

    Family Support >>

    Information to assist wounded, ill and injured Marines families and caregivers with their current and future needs.

  • USMC Commands
    USMC Commands

    USMC Commands >>

    Tools to assist your wounded, ill and injured Marines.

  • Staff Support
    Staff Support

    Staff Support >>

    Tools to inform staff about Regimental and warrior care topics.

Welcome to the official Web site and resource center for the United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment.

Our Mission

The United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment provides and enables assistance to wounded, ill and injured Marines, sailors attached to or in support of Marine units, and their family members in order to assist them as they return to duty or transition to civilian life. The Regimental headquarters element, located in Quantico, Va., commands the operations of two Wounded Warrior Battalions located at Camp Pendleton, Calif., and Camp Lejeune, N.C., and multiple detachments in locations around the globe.

For more information about the Wounded Warrior Regiment contact the Sergeant Merlin German Wounded Warrior Call Center 24/7 at 1-877-487-6299. Click here for more information about Wounded Warrior Battalion East or Wounded Warrior Battalion West.

WWR App 2.0 Now Available

The United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment (WWR) has released the second version of its mobile app for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets.

The primary function of the mobile app is to deliver news, information, and provide resources to wounded, ill, and injured Marines, Marine veterans, and their families. The app also provides current information for staff members, Marine Corps leaders, or anyone who wants to connect with the Wounded Warrior Regiment.

Version 2.0 provides additional menus including a FAQ guide, map of locations, IDES handbook, and new options inside the Keeping It All Together (KIAT) section. Read more.

Wounded Warrior Regiment Rededicates Headquarters Building on its 7th Anniversary

On April 3, 2014, the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment rededicated its Headquarters building in memory of Lance Corporal Christopher S. Adlesperger among his family, friends, and fellow Marines. Lance Cpl. Adlesperger, a native of Albuquerque, New Mexico, paid the ultimate sacrifice to his Nation while serving as a rifleman with Company K, Third Battalion, Fifth Marines, Regimental Combat Team 1, First Marine Division, in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. This rededication ceremony paid honor to not only Lance Cpl. Adlesperger, but to his gold star family and the Marines who served with him. Read more.


Newsletter: Wounded Warrior Regiment Quarterly Update

Check out the latest edition of our Quarterly Update. This report is intended to provide our readers with relevant information impacting our wounded, ill, or injured Marines and their families. Please provide us with any feedback or tell us what you would like to see in future editions at WWR_PAO@usmc.mil.

2014 Marine Corps Trials

The 4th annual Marine Corps Trials took place aboard Camp Pendleton March 4-12, 2014. The Marine Corps Trials is an 8-sport Paralympic-style invitational made up of wounded, ill, and injured Marines and international wounded warriors. The athletes were organized into 4 competing teams from Wounded Warrior Battalion-West, Wounded Warrior Battalion-East, Marine Veterans, and international allies. This year's international team was made up of wounded warriors from Australia, Canada, Colombia, France, Georgia, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. For highlights and information on this year's Trials, visit our 2014 Marine Corps Trials page or follow us on Facebook at http://Facebook.com/wwr.usmc.

The purpose of the Marine Corps Trials is to provide an opportunity for all wounded, ill, or injured Marines to further the rehabilitation of their minds, bodies, and spirits through competition and camaraderie. For some, the Trials are a milestone in their personal athletic goals. For others, it is an opportunity to experience new activities and connect with their fellow wounded warriors. For all of the participants, the Trials are a chance to come together and focus on their abilities, not their disabilities