The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome showed up for our famous ‘mug & hug’ for LCpl. Thomas Buseman, who is home on leave from Afghanistan.
Known as Maryland’s “Little Arlington”, it was officially opened on Memorial Day, May 30, 1941.
The Warriors’ Watch welcomed home Lance Corporal Joe Heron from his most recent deployment to Afghanistan.
Mount Moriah cemetery in Philadelphia has 96 Civil War veterans buried there. Yesterday we were asked to escort a bronze sentry standing watch over the “Soldiers’ Home” back to the foundry in Chester.
The Philadelphia National Cemetery.
The Warriors’ Watch did a ‘Mug & Hug’ for Sergeant James Tillery at his neighborhood block party today in Philadelphia.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome met Technical Sergeant Michael Mandes in King of Prussia and escorted him, along with Fire Department and Police support, to the fire station where he volunteers.
This Memorial Day, the Warriors’ Watch and the Second Brigade MC welcomed home Sergeant Richard Burns from Afghanistan.
About 40 Warriors’ Watch motorcycles showed up to do a ‘Restaurant Invasion’ at the Phoenixville Iron Hill and then escort SSgt. Kocher and his wife back to their house, where A Hero’s Welcome was waiting.
It was a great day for a ride and for a welcome! The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome welcomed Petty Officer Nicole Diviny back after a year in the Gulf.