Aug. 4, 2018 A Hero’s Welcome to present Wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington National Cemetery

On Saturday, August 4, 2018 A Hero’s Welcome will have the honor of participating in the Public Wreath Laying at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery.

“Here rests in honored glory an American soldier known but to God”

Details are being completed and more information will be posted on this site.  Please consider joining us at this memorable event, it would be wonderful to have a show of support from our members as the wreath will be presented on behalf of our entire organization NATION WIDE.  

Date: Saturday August 4, 2018

Rally Time: 11:15 am

Ceremony:  12:15pm

Rally Location: Tomb Guard Quarters located at the Memorial Amphitheater, Arlington National Cemetery.  Arlington, VA

U.S. Army • Arlington National Cemetery • Arlington, VA 22211

March 1-2 & 3, 2018 POW MIA Flag 50 State Tour Delaware

The POW/MIA flag is making the rounds through each of our 50 states. So far it has traveled through 30 states. Delaware is getting our turn on March 1-3, 2018!!!


The POW/MIA flag is making the rounds through each of our 50 states. So far it has traveled through 30 states. Delaware is getting our turn on March 1-3, 2018. We will receive this reverent POW/MIA flag that started it’s tour from Grundy, Virginia on September 23, 2017. The purpose of the POW FLAG TOUR is to educate the public about American Prisoners of War and Missing in Action. To carry forward the message “You are not forgotten”. To support the effort to bring them all home. To draw national attention and awareness that since WW II there are 83,000 “still missing” members of our military that are unaccounted for. We invite you to join us on this journey through Delaware on this tour. There will be a book available to be signed by all supporters; later this year these two items will be added to the Smithsonian Institute in DC. Find us on facebook at A Hero’s Welcome Delaware and feel free to tag the event with #powflagtourDE.

Thursday, March 1
9 am Troop 2 Ceremony receive Flag from State of Maryland
(100 Lagrange Avenue, Newark, DE 19702)
11:30am Mission BBQ in Dover ( 365 N Dupont Hwy, Dover, DE 19901)
1 pm Dover Downs Hotel & Casino – The Colonnade – Dover� (1131 N. DuPont Hwy. Dover, DE 19901)
4 pm Dunleith Community – front of Coleman Memorial United Church
(465 1/2 Anderson Dr, New Castle, DE 19801)
7 pm Nur Temple – 198 S. Dupont Highway
(198 S. Dupont Hwy. New Castle, DE 19720)

Friday, March 2
9 am University of Delaware Trebant Center (2-54 S.College Ave, Newark, DE)
11:30 am Delaware Technical College, Stanton Campus
2 pm St. George’s Technical School – Middletown Delaware
(555 Hyett’s Corner Rd. Middletown, DE 19709)

Saturday, March 3
10-12noon HMD Sporting Gear – Lewes, Delaware
(18289 Olde Coach Dr. Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971) behind Panera’s
1 pm Rally at Rommel’s Harley Davidson- (2160 New Castle Ave, New Castle, DE)
3 pm Delaware Memorial Bridge Park – Ceremony Flag passed to New Jersey
(Interstate 295 and Rt. 9) Pending confirmation

Address any questions to Rosely Robinson at *protected email* or 302-530-4984


UPDATE! NJ Veterans United Military Memorial Museum 7 E. Greenbush Rd. Tuckerton, NJ

Rose Pagan, A Hero’s Welcome N. New Jersey Director is Proud to announce that after months of trying — we were able to get a handicap ramp at the NJ Veterans United Military Memorial Museum!

DATE: Saturday May 12, 2018

TIME: 12 pm – 3 pm

Location: 7 E. Greenbush Rd. Tuckerton, NJ 08087

“Thanks to the awesome generosity of Homes for Veterans the museum will now have a ramp!! We are looking forward to their grand opening very soon ! Thank you Rich Thompson of Warriors Watch Riders for bringing this need to our attention. Visit their website at!  and Thank you Jim Comis for allowing me the honor to be involved!!!”

Rose Pagan

DATE TBA… Mug n Hug For William Grady US Navy Vietnam Vet Fairless Hills, PA


We will be joining the Warriors’ Watch to fullfil a received by Tina Nicol to welcome home her father in law William Grady. So that’s what we are going to do.
William Grady Served in the US Navy, Stationed in San Diego.  He married the Love of his life, Joyce Grady and was sent to Vietnam. He served in the Vietnam War and after serving, he returned to San Diego and then to Fairless Hills Where he and Joyce purchased their home.
They have raised 4 Beautiful Children and many of Foster Children here.
William worked at United States Steel in Fairless Hills for 30 plus years. William loves to spend time With His Family. He is certainly a “Family Man” and a Man of Morals and Values.

I would venture to say that as his Daughter in Law, His most Favorite times are spending quality time with his Children, Grandchildren and great grandchildren, Creating memories and laughs to last a lifetime


Looking for members in the Virginia Beach area to assist with Welcome Home


A Hero’s Welcome,

We  have received a  welcome home request from a husband of a Sailor in Virginia Beach, VA who recently returned from her 3rd deployment!  She has spent many months away from her children and her hubby wanted to do something special for his wife when she returned home.  We have not been able to properly plan a welcome home since currently have no chapter in the Virginia Beach area but…that doesn’t mean it won’t still happen!!!

If you know of anyone in the Virginia Beach area that would be interested in helping us plan a welcome home for this Sailor, please contact me.

Our Hero is already home so this will be an easy mission to plan…

For the Troops,

Maria  Hyland

A Hero’s Welcome