AHW Delaware participating in Wreaths Across America Day December 16, 2017

A Hero’s Welcome Delaware is once again, participating in Wreaths Across America.  We are looking for donations of Wreaths for our Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery Wreaths are purchased through

wreathsacrossamerica.org -donate to a local cemetery – search: A Hero’s Welcome Delaware – Donate

For every 2 wreaths we sell we get one wreath FREE. All wreaths will be delivered to the Bear Veterans Cemetery. On December 16. 2107 we will all come together for a ceremony in remembrance of the brave. Bring your children and grandchildren. TEACH -HONOR – REMEMBER
Wreaths will be laid until after the ceremony.

Saturday, December 16 at 12 PM – 1:30 PM

Delaware Veterans Cemetary   Chesapeake City Rd, Bear, DE 19701


11/25/17 Welcome Home / Retirement Party for MSgt. Thomas Shine, US Air Force Lumberton, NJ

Photos by Jeff ” Bikerider” Story:  Thank you Jeff

Thank you also to the Warriors’ Watch Riders and Operation Yellow Ribbon of S. Jersey!



Rally point: WAWA
1522 NJ-38 Lumberton NJ 08048 https://goo.gl/maps/w3XRvaJJAD52

Rally time: 1830 (6:30pm)
KSU: 1855 (6:55pm)
RC: Daddi-O

We have been asked by a member of A Hero’s Welcome to surprise a good friend of his and Hero at his retirement party in SNJ.

MSgt Thomas Shine entered the USAF in July, 1987 and recently retired on Oct. 2, 2017 serving 30+ years of flying high and protecting our great country! That’s right…30+ years!

Our Hero served with the 732nd Airlift Squadron, 514th Air Mobility Wing as a Loadmaster on C-17 Globemaster III planes and retired as a Loadmaster on a C-141 Starlifter.











If printed, the list of MSgt. Shine’s accomplishments would run off this website.  We will read off the tours of duty and accolaids at the rally point.

(but to name just a few….)

In his 30+ years he participated in:
Operation Desert Shield
Operation Desert Storm
Global War on Terrorism
Kuwait Liberation
Operation Enduring Freedom (6x)
Operation Iraqi Freedom (3x)

Please come out and join us as we say Thank you and Happy Retirement to this American Hero!!


11/18/2017 Mug ‘n Hug for SSgt Bill Radziewicz, US Army – Yardley, PA

Photos by Jeff ” Bikerider” Story:  Thank you Jeff!














More Photos:  by Maria


Through the Warriors’ Watch Riders,  A Hero’s welcome has been asked by the family of SSgt. Bill Radziewicz to join them as they honor his military service.

Bill Radziewicz turned 83 yrs old and they are throwing him a party at one of his son’s homes in Yardley, PA. He served in the US Army as a Staff Sergeant in Geissen and Schweinfurt, Germany after WWII as occupation forces with the 4th Division, 22nd infantry, Company H. He received the ribbons for Occupation, Good Conduct, and National Defense Service but never got around to obtaining the medals. His sons finally got them for him this year and presented them to him in a shadow box (it took some pursuing as his original records were destroyed in a fire at Fort Knox and revised records showed him in the wrong company).

Please join AHW as we honor this Hero with the presentations he so justly deserves!

Date: Saturday 11/18

Rally Time:  3:50 pm
Rally Point:             Giant Supermarket parking lot
Summit Square Shopping Center
3 Doublewoods Road
Langhorne,  PA  19047
(Off of the 413 bypass)

KSU:  4:10 pm

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Any questions please contact Brenda:  *protected email* or
Elin: *protected email*

11/11/17 Masonic Lodge Veteran’s Ceremony Newport, DE

AF&AM Masonic Lodge in Newport, DE
John A. Bailey-Thompson Worshipful Master

Senior Warden will dedicate a POW MIA Chair of Honor in their lodge.

There will be a Mason meeting prior to the first ceremony of their “EMPTY CHAIR” induction of James Brady followed by and the POW MIA Chair of Honor dedication.
Tickets are $20 includes lunch

108 E Market St, Newport, DE 19804

Time: 12:00 NOON

11/10/17 POW MIA Chair of Honor Dedication Philadelphia International Airport


Former Vietnam POW Ralph Galati with Veterans and supporters.

Happy Veterans Day and thank you for your service to “Our Country” 

Philadelphia International Airport will dedicate a POW MIA Chair of Honor in their Terminal A at 10 am. This special EMPTY CHAIR will be in a glass/plexiglass enclosure on casters as it will be moved to other terminals in the future. Terminal A is mostly for international flights. This way ALL can see the POW MIA Chair as they travel in and out of PHL.
Please park at any of the terminal parking. Stay tune to this page for more updates as the event gets closer on directions of where to go for the ceremony as it is still in the planning stage. They are expecting a large number of guests.

Date: November 10, 2017
Time: 10:00 am
Terminal A  Philadelphia International Airport
8000 Essington Ave.  Philadelphia, PA19153-7064

11/6/17 Terry Campus to Dedicate POW MIA Chair of Honor Dover, DE

DATE: 11/6/17   Time: 9:00 am

Location: 100 E Campus Dr, Dover, DE 19904-1383, United States

With the dedication, the campus will join the Rolling Thunder Inc. POW/MIA Chair of Honor Program, which is intended to bring daily reminders of prisoners of war or missing in action issues. The chair, which is black with the POW/MIA logo on it, is to remain perpetually empty to help people remember that even though the soldiers are not here, there is a space for them.

Hussey Seating donated the chair, and the cost of installation and accompanying signage is being covered by Les Link, a recently retired Delaware Tech employee and Vietnam veteran.

Link initiated the discussion on having a chair installed on campus.

The dedication ceremony will include brief remarks, a three-volley salute by current service members stationed at Dover Air Force Base and the unveiling of the POW/MIA Chair of Honor.

Delaware Tech has asked for us to coordinate a Flagline for this event. Actual dedication starts promptly at 9 am.

There will be a light breakfast served at 7:30-8 am…please RSVP if you want to attend breakfast to 302-530-4984 before Wednesday 11/1/17

11/17/17 Veterans Celebration at Lighthouse Christian School

11/17 Lighthouse Christian School has asked us to come back for the 4th year.  We will be presenting the Veterans with Warrior Beads and MSAWI Stars for our Troops. …this year they are concentrating on Vietnam Veterans, but all Veterans will receive beads and Stars.

This year Bob Valentine, 38 years in the Marines, is  coming to talk to the students and lots of other guests.