Reconnecting America’s Warriors

Warrior Reunion Foundation brings combat veterans back together, orchestrating meaningful reunions that renew the bonds forged on the battlefield.

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Our Mission

Warrior Reunion Foundation supports combat veterans in overcoming the challenges of post-military transition by reconnecting those who served together overseas. We challenge stigma through shared experience, rebuilding essential peer support networks that enable our veterans to live with meaning, purpose, and positive impact in their communities. 

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Combat Veterans & Gold Star Families Reunited

Maintaining connection to our battle buddies is the key to combating the isolation our warriors feel in their transition to civilian life.

Reunions Provided At No Cost

And we’re just getting started. Demand for our support has never been higher, and the need for connection has never been more urgent.

Increased Community Engagement

94% of post-reunion survey respondents said that attending their reunion “strengthened their social connections with their military family.”

In the News

Wounded Warrior Project Announces 2023-2024 Community Partnerships to Enhance Veteran Support

"Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) announced its partnerships with 39 military and veterans service organizations to expand resources that address the most pressing needs of warriors, their families, and caregivers."

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Witness to War Foundation Marks Approach of Veterans Day by Formally Announcing Partnership with the Warrior Reunion Foundation

“Witness to War is a mission-essential force multiplier for our wellness program. Martin [WTW’s interviewer] has seamlessly integrated with our team and has greatly enriched our reunions, giving our combat veterans the opportunity to share their stories in their own words,” said James Ferguson, Founder and CEO of the Warrior Reunion Foundation.

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Ceremony marks unheralded acts of forgotten Black Hawk Down platoon

"Thirty years ago, commanders grabbed 40 soldiers from 3rd Platoon, Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division on short notice and attached them to another unit in the division... They were headed to a place called Mogadishu, Somalia."

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