Wounded Warrior Project board fires executives

Wounded Warrior
With the help of Clarlie Reutemann, Don Tallman of Glenville, NY., gets ready to ride the chairlift after coming down in a bi-ski at Jiminy Peak in Hancock, Mass., on Sunday, March 6, 2016, where STRIDE Adaptive Sports provided a weekend of lessons to disabled service men and women who have sustained permanent injuries as a result of conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. This weekend was the first time Tallman ever went skiing in his life. (Gillian Jones, The Berkshire Eagle via The Associated Press)

(KRQE) – The executives of the country’s largest veterans charity, the Wounded Warrior Project have been fired.

Officials say the Wounded Warrior Project board has fired the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Operating officer.

A CBS News investigation raised questions about the charity’s spending.

In a report CBS says Wounded Warrior Project’s CEO, Steven Nardizzi, and COO, Al Giordano, were fired after criticisms about how it spent its more than $800 million in donations in the past four years.

Read the full CBS report here»


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