The Wounded Warrior Project continues to struggle through a quagmire of internal dissonance to regain its primary mission; the looming downside could affect many soldiers in need.
"As Wounded Warrior Project battles allegations its former executives violated public trust, they face the real fear that donations will start to dry up.
"Tracy Keil worries that will leave her family with more than $50,000 a month in healthcare expenses.
"Her husband, Matt, is an Army veteran who requires 24-hour assistance ever since an Iraqi insurgent’s bullet left him a quadriplegic. The couple lives in Colorado with their five-year-old twins — and a massive in-home care bill that’s covered by the WWP's Independence Program."--Leo Shane III, the Military Times