The U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) is the official Army program that serves severely wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers and their Families, wherever they are located, for as long as it takes. AW2 supports the most severely wounded Soldiers from the Global War on Terrorism who have, or are expected to receive, an Army disability rating of 30 percent or greater in one or more specific categories or a combined rating of 50 percent or greater for conditions that are the result of combat or are combat related. AW2 is a key component of the Army's greater mission and commitment to care for wounded Soldiers and their Families, the Army Family Covenant. AW2 is Army-led and is designed by the Soldier for the Soldier. AW2 works inside the network of Army, Government, and local and national resources to help Soldiers and their Families resolve many issues. All AW2 Soldiers and Families are assigned an AW2 Advocate. AW2 Soldiers and Families may also be assigned to a Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) to focus on healing. The AW2 Advocate supports the WTU triad of care team consisting of a primary care physician, nurse case manager, and a military squad leader. AW2 is the only Army program that assists and advocates from the time of injury and continues throughout the Wounded Warrior Lifecycle. AW2 is not limited by physical location or constrained by recovery or rehabilitation timelines.