An examination of military rehabilitation for wounded war vets
The success of the Invictus Games opened a window into the world of the UK’s injured servicemen and women. Each of the 400 competitors had their own heroic and inspiring story of recovery, as thousands watched the competition unfold in events such as wheelchair basketball and sit-down volleyball.
Many of the competitors from the UK and US were injured in post 9/11 operations, and there has been a surge of soldiers returning from Afghanistan with severe injuries from IEDs. As the Taleba...
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