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A New Warrior Care Logo!

Jan. 24, 2014 | By timpearce
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Warrior Care Logo     Today we are proud to reveal the brand new Warrior Care logo. Thank you to all who commented and voted on your favorite designs. The Warrior Care logo embodies the mission, vision, values and commitment of the Office of Warrior Care.  Collectively, the silhouettes represent the men and women of our active, National Guard and Reserves forces.  In their service to our Nation, some will become wounded, ill or injured.  The subdued silhouettes represent those Service members, their families and caregivers transitioning back to civilian life. Throughout this continuum of care, in both war and peace, we assist the Service member to Recover, Reintegrate and Triumph. The hands depict the Department of Defense’s commitment to providing holistic care to support our Nation’s wounded, ill and injured Service members, as well as their caregivers, and their families. The three stars in the base of the hands represents the importance the Department of Defense places on this mission with a Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense charged with advocacy and oversight to put into action the words  “Recover, Reintegrate, and Triumph” bordering the logo.  The logo incorporates our Nation’s patriotic colors as well as shades of purple to convey the office’s dedication to all branches of service. Tell us what you think in the comments section or visit our Facebook at or on Twitter @WarriorCare