The Warriors’ Watch led a late-notice welcome home last night for SSgt. Jason Kertz, USMC, home from his fourth tour in Afghanistan.
The Warriors’ Watch was invited to Media, PA to escort our troops in a great welcome home parade.
Just in time, I was on hand to welcome Sgt. Erik Berg, U.S. Army, back from his second and final tour in Afghanistan.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome picked up Sergeant Anthony Cabassa, US Army, and delivered him with a rousing ‘thank you’ to the Coatesville Fire Department.
We had a GREAT turnout to welcome Sgt. Tom Fillippo, U.S. Army Rangers. Sgt. Fillippo completed three tours in Afghanistan.
What better than a cold, rainy afternoon to welcome home one of our heroes? The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome came out to cheer for Spc. Kendal Walton to thank him for his service.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome surprised Sgt. Timothy Bouyea, home on leave from his fourth tour.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome gave a resounding welcome to LCpl. Joe Kosloski, USMC.
I was one of over 100 motorcyclists from the Warriors’ Watch (and related groups) who escorted the Philadelphia PD down-and-back to the Pentagon to retrieve artifacts for a new Philly 9/11 memorial.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome were on hand to welcome home PFC Justin Crowell from Afghanistan.
The Warriors’ Watch was up early to welcome home Sergeant Devon Richio and Corporal Andrew Einstein at 30th Street Station in Philly.
Happy to do a midnight welcome for Jon “Doc” Kromer, fellow Warriors’ Watch rider and true patriot.
PFC McClintock is the son of Warriors’ Watch and Second Brigade MC member Rabbit, so it was our pleasure to brave the cold for this hero.
I was on hand for the kick-off of the first annual Ride of Reflection, sponsored by the Warriors’ Watch and intended as a 9/11 remembrance ride.