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Warrior Transition Battalion


Location:
BLDG 2443 Indiana Ave
Ft. Campbell KY, 42223
270-412-6540

 

WTB Commander
LTC Bryan Walrath
WTB CSM
CSM James Smith

WTB Mission Statement
Provide command and control, primary care, case management, risk mitigation, and comprehensive transition planning in order to facilitate physical, emotional, spiritual, social, career, and family rehabilitation of Soldiers back to the force or as productive veterans.

Warrior Mission Statement
I am a Soldier in Transition. My job is to heal as I transition back to
duty or continue serving the nation as a Veteran in my community.
This is not a status, but a mission. I will succeed in this mission because
I AM A SOLDIER AND I AM ARMY STRONG.

 

WTB Welcome Letter
A letter from Battalion Commander of the Warrior Transition Unit to incoming Soldiers



Wounded Soldier Family Hotline
Offers wounded, injured, or ill Soldiers & their Family members a way to share concerns on the quality of patient care.
http://www.ddeamc.amedd.army.mil/wtb/wsfsHotline.aspx

Wounded Warrior Entitlements Handbook June 2007
This publication is intended to serve as an explanation of pay and entitlements for members of the U.S. military who are injured while serving in a combat zone and receiving medical treatment at military facilities outside of the zone. (View)

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Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES)
http://www.crdamc.amedd.army.mil/meb/_files/Standardized_Soldier_IDES_Briefing_FINAL.pdf

The IDES helps the Department of Defence (DoD) determine whether wounded, ill, or injured Services members are able to continue to serve. IDES quickly returns to duty those who are. For those who are not, the IDES process determines the disability ratings they will receive from DoD and the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA).

 

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