United States Army
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WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM
Before sustaining permanent injuries, our wounded warriors were highly-trained military personnel. Given their training and experience, we believe that our warriors have much more to offer employers than their non-military counterparts, including an infalliable work ethic, discipline and dedication.
Now extending our services to the Department of Defense and the United States Coast Guard.
United States Navy
United States Department of Defense
United States Coast Guard
Supplied by Minton-Jones Company and working closely with Ft. Bragg’s Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB), the Wounded Warrior Program is designed to create meaningful employment opportunities for our nation’s veterans who have sustained permanent injury as a result of their tour in combat.
We want YOU to support our wounded warriors! Sadly, many corporations turn away our wounded military heroes simply because of their injuries. Help us create change by raising awareness, donating your time and support, or instating a Wounded Warrior Program within your company.
Offering wide range of office supply products, technology gear and business furnishings.
Frequently Asked Questions
Questions? We just might have the information you’re looking for. Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for a list of answers to the most common questions people have about the Wounded Warrior Program.
What is the Wounded Warrior Supply Program?
The Wounded Warrior Supply Program is a division of Minton-Jones whose formation resulted from the partnership forged between themselves and the Wounded Warrior Program. The program provides meaningful private sector employment opportunities to our nation’s wounded warriors. Every purchase through the program aids in the fight against unemployment among U.S. Veterans who have sustained permanent injuries while serving our country.
What is the Wounded Warrior Program?
Who does the Wounded Warrior Supply Program benefit?
Are you a wounded warrior seeking employment and having difficulty finding a job in the private sector? Or do you know someone who is? Visit our employment page for current career opportunities through the program.