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Team Air Force arrives at training camp

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  • By Shawn Sprayberry
  • Air Force Wounded Warrior Program

The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program from Headquarters, Air Force Personnel Center, is hosting the 2021 Warrior Games Training Camp at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, July 23-30.

This is the first in-person event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 and the first chance for the Warrior Games-bound Team Air Force to work together following a year of virtual training conducted through Zoom and other platforms.

The professional coaching staff pushed Team Air Force, identifying improvement opportunities and honing already developed skills, all in preparation for the 2021 Department of Defense Warrior Games.

This year’s games will be conducted Sept. 12-22 in Orlando, Florida. To follow the action, check out the Warrior Games website or follow AFW2 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To learn more or stay connected with all things AFW2, bookmark