Originally Posted by carver
It's like that everwhere. Here, in TX, if you are 100% disabled you don't qualify for anything.
I would tend to personally agree. If 100% disabled it would be difficult, expensive and possibly not possible to participate in some of the activities supported by this program. I would like to know, however, whether the "post 9/11" thing is true.
About six months ago I saw a commercial with Trace Atkins in support of the "advance guard" for Wounded Warriors Project where you sign up for a reoccuring $19 monthly donation to WWP. If this project were only for post 9/11 soldiers and not for ANY wounded warrior who wanted to participate I would be quite disappointed. Probably not enough to cancel my participation but concerned just the same.