Wounded Warriors gain new opportunities at JSOH

JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. -- Marine Lance Cpl. Eli Tice (right) and brother Alex Tice pose for a photo in front of a L-39 Albatros belonging to the Wounded Warrior Flight Team during the Joint Service Open House here May 21, 2011. Corporal Tice and soon Alex, will be taking part in a flight training program sponsored and paid for by the WWFT. The WWFT is a charitable organization that helps wounded veterans obtain vocational training and eventually earn full time employment. The WWFT travels to military events like the JSOH in order to spread awareness and gain support for it's Wounded Warroir job training programs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech Sgt.Steve Lewis)

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