Wounded Warrior Regiment seeks Marine, family feedback for program improvement

30 Apr 2009 | Capt. Leticia Reyes

The Wounded Warrior Regiment is asking all wounded, ill or injured Marines and their family members to participate in a survey that will take place May 4-22. 

The survey is part of an ongoing process to improve services  and is designed to assess the non-medical care services Marines are receiving or received during the acute phase of recovery.

“Wounded, ill or injured Marines and their families are in a distinctive position to provide the regiment and battalions first-hand knowledge and insights that will help us assess the quality of our programs and services,” said Col. Gregory A. D. Boyle, commanding officer, Wounded Warrior Regiment.  “Their feedback is vital to this assessment and will serve as the foundation for program and service improvement.” Boyle continued.   

For more information, contact Jeff Capellini, survey project officer, Wounded Warrior Regiment, at (703) 432-9682 or email:

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