While it takes strength to serve in the Armed Forces, it takes a different kind of strength to live life beyond injury.

It could be the strength to learn to walk again, or to ask for help after 15 years of suffering in silence.

Together, we can help our wounded veterans overcome their daily battles and thrive.

Veterans like Mark.

Mark

Mark's life changed forever when his vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan. Losing the use of his right arm he became angry and frustrated but he's rebuilt his strength, both physically and mentally, through the power of sport.

Find out more by reading Mark's story.

Morgan

Morgan was five years old when her father, Mark, was injured by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan. Now 16-years-old, Morgan reflects on her dad's ongoing recovery.

Find out more by reading Morgan's story.

 

Dean

Dean, a veteran himself and now a Physical Development Coach, helps others find their strength after injury. He explains how he helped Mark, who lost the use of his arm in an explosion, find his.

Find out more by reading Dean's story.

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