A team of 110 veterans and serving men and women has been selected to represent the UK at this year's Invictus Games in Orlando, Florida.
Meet some members of the team:
- UK team captain David Wiseman
David Wiseman was shot in the chest whilst conducting a patrol in Afghanistan that came into contact with the Taliban. The bullet ricocheted around before coming to rest in his right lung, where it still is to this day.
In 2012 he was also diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
He competed in the swimming events at the 2014 Invictus Games, winning two Gold and two silver medals.
He says he is truly honoured to serve the team as UK Team Captain.
- Michael Westwell
Michael, a former Aircrew Sergeant in the RAF, was injured while serving in Afghanistan.
He suffered the prolapse of two discs in his neck which caused severe pain, temporary paralysis of his left arm and muscle wastage of the upper body.
- Paul Vice
A former Royal Marines Corporal, Paul Vice has paralysis of the right arm and weakness in his right leg after suffering a brain injury.
He also has a below-knee amputation.
- Stuart Robinson
Stuart served in the Royal Air Force.
In 2013 he was involved in an Improvised Explosive Device incident which resulted in bi-lateral amputation of both of his legs. He also has a nerve injury to his shoulder a plate in his forearm.
He competes in Wheelchair Rugby and says sport has played a huge part in his rehabilitation.
- Caroline Buckle
Army veteran Caroline Buckle suffers from anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
She also has a physical injury to her lower left leg and foot which has caused loss of feeling and reduced mobility.
Caroline has found that sport enables her to cope with mood swings which occur because of her injuries.
- Rob Cromey-Hawke
Rob was injured during his second tour of Afghanistan in 2012 after the vehicle he was travelling in drove over an Improvised Explosive Device.
He sustained a traumatic brain injury, back and spinal injuries and hearing loss. He now suffers from memory and concentration problems, balance and dizziness issues, numbness in his feet and loss of power in his arms and legs, as well as chronic back pain.
He competed in the 2014 Invictus Games and won two Gold medals. He said it helped him to achieve remarkable things in both his professional and personal life, including a successful transition out of the Army.