Recovering Warrior Task Force

U.S. Department of Defense

 Department of Defense Task Force on the Care, Management and
Transition of Recovering Wounded, Ill and Injured Members of the Armed Forces

 

Business Meetings

Task Force member TSgt Alex T. Eudy, USAF & SOCOM discusses the merits of a recommendation prior to the voting session during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member MG Richard P. Mustion, USA discussing recommendation selections during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member Ms. Karen T. Malebranche, RN, MSN, CNS shares a light-hearted moment with her colleagues during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force co-chairs VADM Matthew L. Nathan, M.D., USN and Mrs. Suzanne Crockett-Jones tune in to deliberations during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member Mr. David Rehbein, M.S. advocates for the inclusion of a recommendation during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member CSM Steven D. DeJong, ARNG reviews the onscreen wording on a recommendation during the July 2013 business meeting in Arlington, VA.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member Mr. Ronald Drach listens in to a briefing during the February 2011 business meeting in Washington, DC.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member MG Richard A. Stone, M.D., USAR deliberating during the February 2011 business meeting in Washington, DC.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member Russell A. Turner, M.D. discussing policy issues during the February 2011 business meeting in Washington, DC.
Business Meetings

Business Meetings

Task Force member LtCol Sean P.K. Keane, USMC reviewing briefing materials during the February 2011 Business Meeting in Washington, DC.
Business Meetings
Task Force News

02.20.14 - RWTF Notice, Alexandria, VA

February 2014 Business Meeting Cancellation

Alexandria, VA. – The fourth business meeting for FY2014 which was scheduled for February 24-25, 2014 has been canceled.

02.05.14 - MHS News, Arlington, VA

Task Force Hears from Military Health Leaders

Arlington, VA. – Three military medical Centers of Excellence that produce cutting-edge research and innovations on vision, traumatic brain injury and mental health recently presented their latest achievements and findings to a Recovering Warrior Task Force in Arlington, Va. The Department of Defense Task Force on the Care, Management, and Transition of Recovering Wounded, Ill, and Injured Members of the Armed Forces provides the Defense Department with advice and recommendations on policies and programs relating to the care, management, and transition of recovering service members and their families. (read more)

09.16.13 - RWTF Press Release, Alexandria, VA

Recovering Warrior Task Force (RWTF) has released its 2012-2013 Annual Report

Alexandria, VA. – The RWTF is pleased to announce the release of their 2012-2013 Annual Report, which marks the RWTF’s third report since its establishment in 2010. Each report provides the Department of Defense (DoD) with advice and recommendations on the care, management, and transition of recovering Service members and their families. (read more)

01.17.13 - American Forces Press Service , Arlington, VA

Official updates status of PTSD, TBI treatments

Arlington, VA. – A top Defense Department health official told a Pentagon task force yesterday that determining the impact of mental health programs across the military will be a key project this year for the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury. DCoE Director Navy Capt. Paul S. Hammer listed accomplishments over the past year as well as areas where improvement is needed, including "streamlining functions that effectively accomplish the stated DCoE mission and vision." (read more)

12.17.12 - RWTF Press Release, Alexandria, VA

Secretary of Defense Appoints New DoD Membership to the Recovering Warrior Task Force

Washington, D.C. – The RWTF is pleased to announce the appointment of its new DoD Co-Chair, Vice Admiral Matthew L. Nathan, Surgeon General of the Navy. Vice Admiral Nathan joins the Task Force with 31 years of active military service where he has served in various leadership positions in the Navy's Medical Corps including the Commander of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and Navy Medicine, National Capital Area. He is the 37th surgeon general of the Navy and Chief of the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. (read more)