Aug 8, 2019
The Enduring Warrior Chris Wolff
Chris Wolff is a United States Airforce veteran. Wolff
is well know for his involvement in with organizations such as
Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW), the Adaptive Training Foundation
(ATF), his athletic accomplishments, and the support he provides to
wounded veterans and the adaptive tribe. In October 2008,
while state-side, Chris received a flu vaccination and this
vaccination caused a reaction that resulted in a C-4 quadriplegic
diagnosis for Chris. Chris rose above the odds and he is
recovering from paralysis and thriving.Chris Wolff is beacon of
hope and provides a map to move forward for those adapting to
In this episode we discuss,
Chris Wolff shares his military and adaptive story.
Chris talks about competing in obstacle course races (OCR),
Red Bull 400, etc. and how one can also compete.
Learn about Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) and how you can
support and even become part of OEW and how OEW can help you.
Hear how anyone can find a way to adapt, beat the darkness,
and achieve goals no matter the circumstance. Chris Wolff has
a method to get you moving forward.
Personalities mentioned in this episode:
More about Chris Wolff
Chris Wolff rushed his enlistment into the military after he
witnessed the 9/11 attacks. He served in the United States
Air Force and deployed many times over his military career.
In October 2008, while state-side, Chris received a flu
vaccination and his life changed as he now was diagnosed as a C-4
quadripelegic. Chris rose above the odds and he is recovering
from paralysis and thriving. Chris is the one of the first
national athletes for the Adaptive Training Foundation (ATF)
becoming part of the initial grads from the ATF program. He’s
completed various obstacle course races including Spartan Supers,
he finished the Red Bull 400, and he’s competed in many other
realms in past years.
More about Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW)
Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) is a veteran-founded
non‐profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to honor, empower, and
motivate our nation’s wounded military and law enforcement veterans
through physical, mental and emotional rehabilitation. Our programs
help participants overcome adversity and hardship through
innovation, teamwork, and perseverance. This ultimately enables the
lives of our wounded military and public service veterans to go in
directions they may have once thought were impossible. OEW is
a completely volunteer run organization. Donations go directly
towards operational support of the organization and its different