Warrior Adventure Quest
- Skeet and Trap Shooting
- Odyssey High Ropes Obstacle Course & Zip Line
- Team Challenge Course
- Zip Lining
- Indoor/Outdoor Rock Climbing
- Bubble Soccer
- ATV Riding
- Stand-Up Paddle Boarding
- Mountain Biking
- Foot Golf
- Disc Golf
- Wildwood Adventures (Off Post Zip-Lining)
- Junction City Athletic Training Facility (Dodgeball, Boxing, Ninja Warrior Style Course)
- Locked Manhattan (Escape Room)
- July 10
- July 24
- August 7
- August 21
- September 4
- September 18
- October 2
- October 30
- November 13
- December 4
- December 18
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 (e.g. rock climbing, mountain biking, paintball, ropes courses, skiing, zip lines, kayaking, and others) with a leader-led after action debriefing (L-LAAD) tool developed by Army Medical Department (AMEDD) center and school.
The WAQ program has been developed into five phases.
Phase I, Leader Training, is for all SSG and above participants and teaches them how to facilitate a leader-led after action debrief
(L-LAAD) in response to a significant event in an operational environment.
Phase II, teaches these unit leaders how to utilize the same L-LAAD technique when facilitation surrounds an outdoor adventure activity.
Phase III, Soldier Training, presents to all program Soldier participants concepts like personal readiness and resilience and Combat Operational Stress Control, and how they relate to the Warrior Adventure Quest program.
Phase IV, is the outdoor adventure activity (e.g., paddling, riding, climbing, etc.) where team building is combined with challenging activity skills.
Phase V, is the actual facilitation of the L-LAAD by the unit leaders with their unit members to realize connections between the activity they have just experienced and the challenges they may be experiencing in their daily lives.”
The delivery of WAQ programs is authorized for units in any phase of the SRM (Sustainment Readiness Model) to include Pre-Deployment, Re-Deployment, or if the unit hasn’t deployed in two years.There is no cost to the unit to participate and benefits of participation include reintegration, increased moral, heightened resiliency, and an incredible team building atmosphere.
Fort Riley Programs:
2019 L-LADD Training Dates:
The WAQ Soldier & L-LAAD Trainings are from 1300-1500 at 1806 Buffalo Soldier Drive (Camp Funston) in the second floor classroom. If there is a conflict with the above training dates in your Units Pre-Deployment or Re-Deployment Schedule, please contact the WAQ Programmer at 785-239-2364 or 785-239-5412 to arrange another time.