Irwin Stovroff, a decorated WWII hero held as a POW by the Nazis, later created a group to provide service dogs to vets.
Among the guests is retired Cpl. Matthew Bradford, who was blinded and lost both legs when he stepped on an IED in Iraq.
Lt. Col. Chris Hrudka was removed from his post today by Wounded Warrior Regiment Commanding Officer Col. Larry Miller.
A ceiling under construction near the emergency entrance of the Bethesda center partially collapsed. No injuries reported.
Some 44 injured soldiers and their supporters joined the activity to provide inspiration and raise funds for injured comrades...
President Donald Trump paid a holiday visit Thursday to wounded service members at Walter Reed National Medical Center.
Combat-wounded veterans are using technology to control prosthetics that can take commands and learn over time.
The Invictus Games were established in 2014 for sick and wounded service members and veterans from around the globe.
The U.S. has a 90-member team at the games, which will be kicked off Saturday by Britain's Prince Harry.
This week, 11 of Fort Bragg's wounded warriors and veterans are competing in the local Warrior Games trials.