Warrior Adventure Quest
Warrior Adventure Quest (WAQ) is an Army RESET training tool designed to introduce Soldiers to activities that serve as alternatives to aberrant behaviors often associated with accidents involving recently re-deployed Soldiers. This tool presents coping outlets to help Soldiers realize their own new level of normal after deployment and “move on” with their lives. WAQ combines existing MWR Outdoor Recreation high adventure activities (paintball, ziplining, go karting, white water rafting, trap shooting, rock climbing, mountain biking, scuba, ropes courses, skiing, and more) with a leader-led after action debriefing tool developed by Army Medical Department center and school. WAQ is free to units; funding has been provided by the Department of the Army. All WAQ activities will take place weekdays during regular duty hours. Each activity will be followed by a Leader-Led After Action Debriefing designed to help Soldiers recognize similarities between the high adventure activity and their warrior experiences. This portion will be conducted by a unit leader/facilitator who will be trained beforehand by a WAQ representative. For more information, call +1 (706)366-3338.