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When an Airman receives a medical or mental health diagnosis that has rendered his or her fitness for retention questionable, Ken Beaulieu, Utah’s Air Force Wounded Warrior recovery care coordinator, is available to step in and assist. The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program is a federally-funded organization tasked with providing personalized restorative care for Airmen in need, with a goal of leaving them well-equipped to manage challenges, regardless of injury or illness. (U.S. Air Force photo by Alexx Pons)

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