It was a beautiful Saturday morning in August as we gathered to welcome home Sergeant Judah Strange, USMC.  Sgt Strange was returning home  after being away for 5 long years of service to our country.  Judah served 2 tours in Japan and was also in Hawaii.

After coming back to the mainland, Judah and his wife traveled to Pennsylvania from Maryland to meet sister Colleen in a Target parking lot in Montgomery County. What the SGT didn’t know was that Warriors’ Watch Riders, along with the RED KNIGHTS MC  had formed a Flag Line in his honor awaiting his arrival.

Special thanks go out to LEO from Lower Providence TWP. and Limerick PDs, who provided a safe escort back to Colleen’s home.  Also, thanks to  Dan Miller and the Linfield Fire Company, who supplied the  truck that  held our rear flank.

35 Motorcycles did the escort, with flag bikes leading our hero and family.  Once at our destination, family and friends cheered at the sight of the escort.  Maria from ” A Hero’s Welcome” kicked things off with an Award for Judah’s service.

WWR presented Judah with a star from a retired American flag, honor beads and our official coin.  We also recognized Judah’s father, a Vietnam veteran, an uncle, and 2 other vets. The festivities concluded with a few group pictures and our usual shout out of ” WELCOME HOME!”

It was a perfect day for SGT Strange, his family and WWR.

RC: Dennis “Denny J” James