The 2013 Wounded Warrior Experience will include a discussion profiling several wounded warriors who have served on the front lines in Afghanistan and Iraq, along with individuals who have worked to ease their transition home.
This is the fourth year for the event, which will once again be hosted by Jennifer Griffin, National Security Correspondent for Fox News. The program will be filmed for a special broadcast on the Pentagon Channel.
To attend this free event, e-mail or call 703-302-1012 ext. 227
Jennifer Griffin is the National Security Correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). She has been based at the Pentagon covering military and intelligence matters since March 2007.
A graduate of Harvard University in 1992, Griffin received a Bachelor’s degree in comparative politics. She and her husband, Greg Myre, recently wrote a book, “This Burning Land: Lessons from the Frontlines of the Transformed Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, about their time in Israel.
Griffin and her husband have two daughters and a son.
Wounded by an IED in 2005, returned to transition to work for U.S. Navy Air Systems Command (NAVAIR).
Wounded by an IED, losing his left leg. Continued to serve, returning to front lines in Afghanistan.
Representing the UK, wounded in Afghanistan in 2011 and a participant in the 2013 Warrior Games in the US.
Combat patrol leader in Iraq, surviving nine direct hits by IEDs, advocate for veterans overcoming PTS and TBI.
Recipient of the Navy Cross. Author of Shadow of the Sword, chronicling his story in Iraq and overcoming PTS.
Wounded by an IED in Iraq in 2007, double-amputee suffering burns over 85% of his body, now a motivational speaker for fellow warriors.
Veteran of two tours in Operation Iraqi Freedom, currently a student at the University of Southern California.
Representing Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation & three-time Purple Heart recipient in Vietnam.
Veteran of Vietnam and chief reconstructive surgeon for Operation Mend.
28-year Army veteran & Associate Regional VP for the Military Division of University of Phoenix