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The Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team’s information booklet to raise awareness and support for our wounded warriors and their families.

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“The loss of a limb or limbs does not mean the end of an athletic career.”
“We all have challenges in our lives and we all have
to gure out ways to overcome those challenges”
Wounded Warrior Team Member
The Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team’s (WWAFT) mission is to
raise awareness and support for our wounded warriors and their families.
Our team is made of up service members who have served and are
now using a prosthetic device to engage in everyday life activities. By
showcasing our team on the football eld, we seek to inspire our fans
and highlight the perseverance of our service members (both active and
former) who continue to face life’s challenges without excuses.
We visit various cities across the country and endeavor to play exhibition
games with current and retired professional athletes. Taking on the best
athletes is well within the scope of the WWAFT and emphasizes the fact
that all veterans are able to contribute at home, ready to excel in the
work place and continue to be great patriots and ambassadors for the
best country in the world.
Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team
Previous Events
WWAFT -vs- Green Bay Packers: 2014
WWAFT -vs- Washington Redskins alumni: 2014
WWAFT -vs- FDNY 9/11 First
Responders and New York Giant Legends 2014
The Baltimore R avens and Sam Koch hosted
Don’t miss our next Events IN OLANDO & HOUSTON!!!
· ALL proceeds benet the WWAFT
& Disabled Veteran’s Disabled Veteran’s Initiatives
· FREE Autographs & Photo Opportunity
· Rae Prizes Include NFL Autographed Jerseys, Helmets & Footballs
More than 400 NFL stars, along with Snoop Dogg, Brian Kilmeade,
Kenny Mayne & Sal Paolantonio, have all participated in these tributes
and will do so again in Orlando and Houston.
isn’t a goal; it’s
a way of life.”
“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.”
— Muhammad Ali
In 2007, one of our players Corporal Jeremy Stengel survived an explosion in Iraq. He lost his left leg.

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WWAFT with Mayne & Snoop Dogg in Phoenix - [Video will play shortly -  delayed]

WWAFT in San Antonio - ESPN

Marlisa Punzalan Tribute - WWAFT