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.
I was honored to be part of the Warriors’ Watch/A Hero’s Welcome escort for First Lieutenant Shane Clair of West Chester.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome cheered LCpl. Joseph Logue at the airport, and then we escorted him to his house in Upper Darby.
Today I’m humbled. One of my images from our welcome of Corporal Dean Oldt on July 13, 2008 was selected as one of only 18 images for inclusion in a permanent art exhibit at a National Cemetery.
The Warriors’ Watch and A Hero’s Welcome welcomed home Navy Corpsman Alex Poli today. About 40 bikes (and a dozen cars) rolled in to Corpsman Poli’s party just to say Thank You and Welcome Home!
The Warriors’ Watch met Sgt. James Ritter Jr. at a local fire house and escorted him home, where a great neighborhood crowd was waiting.
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.
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.
The Warriors’ Watch had perfect weather to welcome home Corporal Jeremy Messner, USMC. Cpl. Messner has done two tours in Afghanistan and is currently stationed in San Diego.
The Warriors’ Watch welcomed home Lance Corporal Joe Heron from his most recent deployment to Afghanistan.
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.