Tag Archives: Navy Safe Harbor

Warrior Games: Two Corpsmen and a Navy Doctor Pt. 2

By Steve Van Der Werff, U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Combat wounded and second year competitor retired Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class (FMF) Nate Hamilton grew up in Jamestown, Virginia and joined the Navy in 2007. After completing Field Medical Service School he served as a fleet marine force corpsman with the Marines. On Nov. 17, 2010, while conducting …

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Building Resilience through Adaptive Athletics

By Capt. Scott L. Johnston, Ph.D., ABPP, MSC, director, NCCOSC What does resilience have to do with wheelchair basketball? A lot actually, because one way you can build, strengthen and maintain your spirit is though physical activity, especially a team activity. Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about resilience and why it’s important. Being able to adapt and overcome daily challenges, tragedies, …

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Warrior Games: Wounded warriors soak up lessons from coach

From, the DoD Office Of Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy Blog While there have been challenges, Dr. Aaron Moffett says his experience coaching the Navy/Coast Guard swim team for the annual Warrior Games has been the highlight of his career. This week, Dr. Moffett reunited with the team in Colorado Springs, Colo. to give final guidance before the start …

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