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The Warrior Transition Command provides strategic direction, develops, integrates, synchronizes, and assesses plans, policy, capabilities, and resources for warrior care initiatives and programs dedicated to the support, care, and healing of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers, their Families and caregivers in order to develop a balanced WTU structure and capability that is enduring, affordable, expandable, collapsible and responsive to the Army and the needs of the Warriors in Transition.


“We’ll continue to improve a sustainable and adaptive warrior care and transition system that meets both the needs of the Army, in an era of persistent conflict, and provides world class support to the All-Volunteer Force; Soldiers, Families, and their caregivers.”

Brig. Gen. Gary H. Cheek, Commander of the Warrior Transition Command and Assistant Surgeon General for Warrior Care and Transition. A 1980 USMA graduate, he previously commanded a combat brigade in Afghanistan.

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