I couldn’t miss this one if I tried – the Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome did a ‘mug & hug’ for Sgt. Sean Petrondi in West Chester, to his Aunt’s house across the street from mine.
This Independence Day, I was part of the Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome welcome home from Afghanistan for SSgt. Michael Wexler, U.S. Army.
This Memorial Day, the Warriors’ Watch and the Second Brigade MC welcomed home Sergeant Richard Burns from Afghanistan.
My new patch is from the 83rd Infantry (the Thunderbolt) which is my grandfather’s division in World War II.
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 were on hand to welcome home PFC Justin Crowell from Afghanistan.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome welcomed Specialist Vincent Violi last year from his previous tour; this time, he brought Specialist Alan Solie from Wisconsin to see what we do here in Philly.
A Hero’s Welcome and the Warriors’ Watch had a chance to say ‘thanks’ again to Brian Piasecki.
David is a Specialist in the 144th ASMC Medic Unit from Salt Lake City, Utah. He has been in Afghanistan since March of 2010. He is a flight medic stationed at FOB Salerno Hospital. The Warriors’ Watch escorted Spc. Cullen from his A Hero’s Welcome reception at PHL to his home in Havertown.