ARLINGTON, Va. -- Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Warrior Care and Transition launched its monthly newsletter, WCT Speaks, highlighting the latest news, stories, photos and videos from Army Warrior Care and Warrior Transition Battalions around the country. Its purpose is to feature the inspiring stories of wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and Veterans, as well as the cadre, caregivers and families who support them.

To stay up-to-date on the latest news and information regarding warrior care -- including career and education readiness resources, transition services, program eligibility, family support, policy updates and more -- subscribe to the newsletter by visiting the WCT website at www.wct.army.mil and clicking on the WCT Speaks banner.

To share an Army WCT story or update for a possible feature, please email Ms. Julie Oliveri at julie.oliveri.civ@mail.mil.

The DCS, WCT mission is to serve as the Army MEDCOM's proponent for Warrior Care and Transition, providing centralized oversight, guidance, and advocacy while empowering wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, veterans, and their families. This work is done through a comprehensive transition plan for successful reintegration back into the force or into the community with dignity, respect and self-determination.

For more information on Army Warrior Care, visit our website at www.wct.army.mil, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/armyWCT or join us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/armyWCT.