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Chris Devlin-Young is a Coast Guard veteran, who became partially paralyzed when his plane ran into a mountainside in 1982. Since then, he's won numerous world medals in the Paralympic sport of monoskiiing and does counseling work with wounded veterans.
On the In Depth show blog, you can listen to the interviews, find more information about the guests on the show each day and links to additional resources.
Wounded warriors are proving that nothing is slowing them down — at least when it comes to sports.
Wounded warriors and their families will soon have a new place to go for help in the D.C. area. USO president Sloan Gibson has details in today's DoD Report
The Fort Detrick community celebrated the Army's 236th birthday on Saturday by honoring wounded service members at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington and the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda.
After departing from the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington this morning, bicyclists will ride 110 miles through Frederick and on to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, Pa., where they'll finish the ride Sunday afternoon.
Krankcycles could open gyms up to a new market - physically challenged athletes.
The Tysons Sport & Health club was full of people helping out wounded warriors by working up a good sweat.