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Hope For The Warriors with Steve Azar at Walter Reed Medical Center.

Iconic “Hell House” photo commemorated in statue for Camp Lejeune Warrior Hope and Care Center. Funds for the Lejeune monument were raised by the North Carolina Credit Union League and Balfour Beatty Construction, according to Hope For The Warriors®. The Lejeune sculpture will be unveiled in a March 8, 2013 ceremony.

No Man Left Behind Monument: An Artist's Journey. Gold Star Father John Phelps takes you through the stages of creating the "No Man Left Behind" Monument for Hope For The Warriors®. This monument depicts the iconic photo "Hell House" taken by Lucian Read. To learn more about the monument, visit

Run For The Warriors ceremony from a few years ago. A general honors wounded at the start of the race. This is how it should always be!

A member of Team Hope For The Warriors honors his fellow service members while he is serving in Afghanistan. (

Don't miss the 2013 Jacksonville, NC Run For The Warriors®! Check out this PSA about the race now!

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Hope For The Warriors®: Special Delivery. Read the story of how pizzas were delivered 1,000 miles away.

NBC Washington Interview: Hope, and Help, for the Warriors. Hope For The Warriors® Marketing Director Julianna Jacobson discusses the services Hope For The Warriors® offers wounded U.S. service members and their families.

A Warrior's Wish®: Shawdust Cpl David Shaw, USMC (Ret.) refused to be airlifted to safety after an IED reduced his convoy to rubble during his 2010 Afghanistan deployment. He sustained severe physical and mental damage–herniated discs and fractured vertebrae, causing crippling back pain, headaches, and reoccurring flashbacks. David sought help for his PTSD and began weekly therapy sessions but the physical pain remained. He tried countless medications but only found relief through…