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Warrior Games presented by Deloitte

Champions know no limits

The Warrior Games presented by Deloitte are designed to introduce wounded, ill, and injured service members and veterans to paralympic sport competitions and to encourage them to stay physically active in their communities.

2015 Warrior Games Trials

Warrior Games Trials

Deloitte is proud to support our military and veterans through our sponsorship of the 2015 Warrior Games Branch Trials through the USO. This is the second year Deloitte has supported the trials, as Air Force, Army, Marine Corps and Navy athletes compete for spots on the 2015 Warrior Games Teams.

The dates and locations for the 2015 Warrior Game Trials are: 

  • Air Force: February 25 – March 5, 2015, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada 
  • Marine Corps: March 1 – 12, Camp Pendleton, California 
  • Navy: March 8 – 13, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 
  • Army: March 21 – April 3, Fort Bliss, Texas

Follow the action from all of the trials on social media. #WGTrials15

2014 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte

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Deloitte is proud to be the presenting sponsor for the fifth consecutive year of the Warrior Games.

This year in Colorado Springs, more than 300 injured service members and veterans from all branches of the US military, competed in seven sports: archery, cycling, shooting, sitting volleyball, swimming, track & field, and wheelchair basketball. The 2014 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte took place September 28—October 4 at the US Olympic Training Center and the US Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, CO.


More than a sponsorship: How Deloitte is giving back to our warriors

For more than four years, our volunteers have been on a mission to help rehabilitate wounded and injured service members through sports and athletics. With their strong service-oriented culture and desire to make meaningful social impacts, Deloitte volunteers continue to support every aspect of the Warrior Games. They know that the path to recovery is unique for every wounded, ill or injured service member and veteran.


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