CanAm Chris as Ride Captain + Warriors’ Watch to make some noise = the perfect welcome home! We were lucky enough to not only meet Marine LCpl Thomas Buseman but also to meet his friend, Vincent also a Marine who recently returned from Afghanistan… and we were able to conclude the celebration before the rain and lightening hit! Thank you everyone for joining in to welcome our Heroes!
Photos by Jeff Story:
Photos by MAC:
***** WELCOME HOME & THANK YOU, LCpl THOMAS Buseman, U.S.M.C.*****
Welcome home LCP Thomas Buseman USMC
Let’s join the Warriors Watch as they “Mug-n-Hug” a Marine Mom’s retuning hero on Sunday 7/15.
Lets roll up to their house in true WWR style , make some noise , rattle the neighbors and give Thomas the ROCK STAR TREATMENT he deserves !
This will be the 2nd of 2 missions on Sunday. Lets make a day of it !!!
LETS DO THIS !!!
FROM PROUD MOM , DENISE:
My son Thomas Buseman will be coming home to this area this weekend and we are having a party to welcome him home after serving 6 months over in Afganistan. I would like to request a mug and hug for Sunday . Please let me know if you can help Thanks Denise
RALLY-Wawa 236 Holland Rd , Holland Pa (215 357-2602)
RALLY TIME-1515 ( 3:15 pm)
KSU-1545 (3:45 pm)
ALSO FROM MOM:
Thomas has no idea we are planning this and he will be shocked when you pull up
Graduated Parris Island boot camp January 2009 and was assigned the job of Forward Observer
He was then moved to Ft. Sill Oklahoma to learn his MOS
He spent time in Quantico Marine Corp base learning joint fire observer
He spent time in Coronado Navy Base learning navel gun fire forward observer
December 2011 to June 2012 he was sent to forward observing base “Vegas” in the Helmand Province in Afghanistan
In Afghanistan he controlled fixed wing aircraft and rotary wind aircraft
Located targets and radioed coordinates back to helicopters that would drop bombs “Toms Highlights of his vacation”
Fired a 203 grenade launcher
Tom has received many ribbons during his service to include his latest one “Good Cookie” global war on terrorism, national defense, sea service deployment,
Tom will be out of the service late 2012 and then will serve 4 additional years inactive duty.
Tom’s interests outside of his family – Avid Fly Fisherman, hunting
My son would like to become either an FBI Agent or join a police force as his choice of careers.
To this I often say to him – That it is so ironic his choice of professions because when he left for boot camp he was still running from the police!!!!!!!!
4 Years, Marriage and a baby will and can straighten anyone out!!!!!!!
Thank you so much for caring for our Troops, it means a lot for them and also the family
Denise A. Scheiner