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Weekend warrior(s) may refer to:
- A colloquial nickname for a member of the United States Army National Guard, Air National Guard, or Air Force Reserve
- Someone who engages in sports or outdoor pursuits at the weekend
- Weekend Warriors (album), an album by Ted Nugent in 1978.
- "Weekend Warriors", a song by Uriah Heep from Head First in 1983.
- "Weekend Warrior", a song by Iron Maiden from Fear of the Dark in 1992.
- Weekend Warrior (album), an album by Biz Markie in 2003.
- "Weekend Warriors", a song by A Change Of Pace from Prepare the Masses in 2006.
- Weekend Warrior", an album by 80kidz in 2010.
- "Weekend Warrior", a song by Ministry from Relapse in 2012.
- "Weekend Warrior", a song by Eytan & The Embassy first aired in ABC's "Trophy Wife" on November 5, 2013 and The CW's "Vampire Diaries." on March 27, 2014.
In other media:
- Weekend Warriors (film), a 1986 comedy
- Weekend Warriors, a TV series on HGTV Canada
- "Weekend Warriors", an episode of the TV series Psych
- Weekend Warrior, a computer game developed by Pangea Software
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