The Invictus Games is a bi-annual sporting event for wounded, injured and sick serving personnel and veterans.
The second ever games will take place 8-12 May at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida where the UK team will hope to have 100 athletes competing.
Jaguar Land Rover UK Managing Director Jeremy Hicks said: ‘As a proud British brand, Jaguar Land Rover UK is delighted to be supporting the UK Team and continuing our long-standing relationship with many of the competitors.
‘We also look forward to forming new relationships and supporting those who are using the power of sport to help their recovery.’
The Invictus games was set up by Prince Harry after visiting the Warrior Games in the USA and deciding that London should host their own version.
London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was the venue for the inaugural games and brought together over 400 competitors from 13 different nations around the world competing over a four-day period.
The Games aims are to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding for wounded, sick and injured servicemen and women.
JLR currently have three veterans on the JLR work placement scheme for those injured in service that are taking part in the UK team trials.
Fancy receiving the latest Land Rover news direct to your inbox? Sign up to our FREE newsletter here.