The Military Adaptive Sports Program (MASP) assists in both the physical and mental recovery processes and works to improve the overall health and welfare of wounded, ill, or injured Special Operations Forces, through exposure to adaptive team sports and activities.
Must have been assigned or attached to U.S. Special Operations Command when injury occurred.
Participants must be a part of the USSOCOM Care Coalition.
Participants must have Command endorsement, if applicable, in order to participate in MASP.
All participants must be medically cleared, prior to participation.
All athletes must abide by the USSOCOM conduct policy. Participation in the program is a privilege, not a guarantee.
MASP provides post-rehabilitation support to wounded, ill, or injured SOF warriors through participation in adaptive sports and activities.
MASP promotes physical fitness, peer-to-peer support, and healthy/sustainable living. All impairments, injuries, and skill levels are supported and encouraged.
MASP will provide the necessary resources with which participants can continue their athletic growth on an individual level, at their own pace, and within their home communities. Equipment may be available for those enrolled athletes who display a willingness and desire to commit to the program and to their training.
Athletes that demonstrate a team mentality and exceptional talent may be invited to compete in the Warrior Games, as representatives of Team SOCOM.