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Chrisy
November 10, 2013, 7:54pm Report to Moderator

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We have been ask by one of our own, Rambone, to Remember and Honor one of the many Vietnam Veterans Edward T. Sasinowski – United States Army with a Mug & Hug.
His ability to get around is limited so we're gona roll up to his house and let Mr Sasinowski and his family know he is not forgotten.
Up until recently, he was an avid Harley rider along with his son Ed Jr. who will be returning from the west coast for the holidays. The whole family, Deborah (wife) and children Stacie, Melissa and Edward, Jr. along with others will be there to "share the love".

Edward T. Sasinowski is 100% disabled from agent orange exposure served in the 101st Airborne, below is his bio.

Edward T. Sasinowski – United States Army

September, 1964 – June, 1968 - Army ROTC – LaSalle College

June 2, 1968 Commissioned as a 2nd Lt. at LaSalle College Commencement

August 2, 1968 – 2nd Lt. Active Duty – at Ft. Bliss, El Paso, TX. Air Defense Artillery School

October, 1968 – 49th Artillery Group – ADA (Air Defense Artillery),Ft. Lawton, WA

NORAD (North American Air Defense Command), Headquarters,Tacoma, WA

Air Defense Control Liaison Officer -McChord Air Force Base,Tacoma, WA
August 2, 1969 – Commissioned to Rank of 1st Lt.

August 15, 1969 – July 26, 1970 - 1st Lt. in the 101st Airborne Division, Headquarters in Hue Phu Bai, South Viet Nam

August 25, 1969 – September 25, 1969 – Forward Observer –Battery D 2nd Battalion 320 Artillery 101st Airborne Division, Ashau Valley

September 25, 1969 – January 20, 1970 – Fire Direction Officer – Battery D 2nd Battalion 320 Artillery 101st Airborne Division, Phan Thiet

January 20, 1970 – July 26, 1970 – Executive Officer Battery D 2nd Battalion 320 Artillery 101st Airborne Division, Ban Me Thuot, Pleiku, LZ English, Fire Base Mattie/Cambodia, An Lo Valley and Qui Nhon

July 26, 1970 – August 2, 1970 – Cam Ranh Bay, Viet Nam to return to Ft. Lewis, WA for Discharge from Active Service



Medals / Certificates
Purple Heart For Wounds Received in Action in The Republic of Viet Nam on April 29, 1970

The Army Commendation Medal For Exceptionally Meritorious Achievement for service in The Republic of Viet Nam from August 1, 1969 to December 31, 1969

The Bronze Star for Meritorious Achievement in Ground Operations Against Hostile Forces in the Republic of Viet Nam during the period August 1, 1969 to May 31, 1970 (certificate awarded / medal was not received)

The Air Medal (First Award) for Hours in the Air in a Helicopter while participating in aerial flight in the Republic of Viet Nam (no certificate awarded / medal was not received)

The Air Medal (Second Award) for Meritorious Achievement while participating in Aerial Flight in the Republic of Viet Nam during the period March 2, 1970 to July 6, 1070 (certificate awarded / medal was not received)

Vietnamese Campaign Ribbon (awarded / not received)

RC - Rambone

Rally Location: Parking lot next to Toys r us @ Welsh Rd & Blair Mill Rd Willow Grove

https://www.google.com/maps/pr.....-75.144183&fid=7

Rally Time: 11:15 am
KSU: 11:55 am


                     UPDATE !!!!!!!!
Please bring your 3X5 flags for the presentation of Medals earned

TIME CHANGE--------------UPDATE IS POSTED

Things have changed for the better and gotten a bit more complicated so more time will be needed at the rally point. KSU has not changed but the rally time is now 11:15.
Also, some Army brass will be there to present Mr Sasinowski with two of his medals earned, The Purple Heart and The Bronze Star. Several other awards will be given as well, including a US Flag flown over the state capitol.
The last confirmed head count is 130 family and friends, plus the WWR members, AHW, local news crews and Pa. State Rep. Tom Murt will be attending this long overdue Welcome Home !


                                                             OUTSTANDING !
    
Bring your 3X5 flags please as we will stand honors for Ed when he is awarded his medals.
  

                          There should ample time for this expanding event, to make mission B later that day.








In memory of my father Charles B. Bressi who fought in the pacific in WW2.
He will always be remembered and still lives within me... He's truly missed!    

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November 10, 2013, 9:08pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Brother! Thank you for your service to our Great Country!


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November 11, 2013, 4:56pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Can't begin to tell you how excited the family is over this simple act of kindness.
Ed and Deb Sasinowski have been married over 40 years and their love for each other has only gotten stronger over time. She told me of what a wonderful, kind and giving husband Ed is and has been throughout the years and putting their three children through college, no small feat these days. About how he and others were treated upon their return and finally after all these years, he is not forgotten. I had the chance to meet him for the first time myself just last week, he was a soft spoken man with pride in his eyes as he told me of his time in the Army. No one more deserving then this proud Vet. with a welcome home and a thank you.

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WELCOME HOME EDWARD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you for your service to our Great Nation.

You were then, are now, and will forever be a True American  Hero.


Son retired from the Navy/Navy Reserve after 22 years.

Dad served in WWII with Patton through North Africa, Italy and Germany. 2 Purple Hearts, 2 Bronze Stars

I stand for both of them and the rest that cannot stand.
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November 11, 2013, 10:25pm Report to Moderator

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It will be an honor to shake Mr. Sasinowski hand... Thank you for giving me my freedom.



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In memory of my father Charles B. Bressi who fought in the pacific in WW2.
He will always be remembered and still lives within me... He's truly missed!    

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WELCOME HOME!!!  Thank you for your service, sacrifices and dedication to this Great Nation.


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A much deserved and long overdue welcome home. Thank you for your service and dedication to our nation. Thank you for your willingness to put it all on the line for each one of us to keep us free. You are an American hero.


Riding to honor my father (Army, Korean War), great-great grandfather, Hezekiah Ports (Union Army, Civil War), Uncle George (Marines, Pacific, WW II),my son-in-law, Sgt Kevin Russell, served in Iraq and Afghanistan (Army), my fiance's cousin, L Wade Martin (Desert Storm, killed in training accident at Ft Bragg, Army), her uncle Bill Feister, US Navy from 62-66 and spent time in Viet Nam aboard the USS Lexington, and my good friend, Terry Boyer, who served in Vietnam with the Air Force.
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November 13, 2013, 10:27am Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Brother.  (Sir)  AIRBORNE!


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Riding in memory of my mother and father RIP

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November 13, 2013, 6:14pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Hero!! Thank you for your service !


"The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten."  --Calvin Coolidge
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November 13, 2013, 7:18pm Report to Moderator

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A long deserved Welcome Home and thank you for your servive.
              
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Welcome home Ed and thank you for your service!
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November 14, 2013, 8:02am Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Edward Sasinowski. Thank you for your service.


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November 14, 2013, 8:41pm Report to Moderator

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A LONG OVERDUE WELCOME HOME EDWARD, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO THIS GREAT NATION!


"Wars may be fought with weopons,but they are won by men."       General George Patton Jr                               In Memory JonD, Founding Leader WWR ,DEB, IRISH MIKE M. CHICAGO JIM     GOD SPEED MY FRIENDS!
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November 17, 2013, 9:40am Report to Moderator

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Welcome home Edward and thanks for your service!


Riding in honor of my late father James P. Hamilton, Gunnersmate USS Alabama BB-60 (WWII)
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November 17, 2013, 6:58pm Report to Moderator
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Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran Lt. Edward Sasinowski, US Army.
Thank You for your Service.
The guns may have been silent for 40+ years  . . .
but your Service, Dedication, and your Sacrifice are not forgotten.
Step forward , Sir, and be recognized for the Hero you are.
Welcome Home, Brother.

dutch2
USAF  '69 - '73

Standing by in Morrisville   ...   ...   ...
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November 18, 2013, 9:18am Report to Moderator

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Welcome home Edward and thank you for your service.  Standing by in NE Philly...



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Charles Brophy '87 - '97
Anthony Donahue '68 - '70
Tom McDonald '59 - '61
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Welcome home and thank you for your service


I ride for my father Vietnam vet and for my brother still serving
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SEMPER FI ARMY EDWARD T. SASINOWSKI WELCOME HOME AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE TO THIS GREAT NATION ITS NEVER TO LATE TO SAY WELCOME HOME  THIS WELCOME HOME WILL BE LIKE NO OTHER THIS GREAT GROUP OF WOMEN AND MEN WILL DO YOU AND YOUR FAMIL RITE WE WILL NEVER FOR GET THE WELCOME WE FIRST GOT AMEN  

   REDDS PHILYY PA  A==1==9 AND STILL WALKING

    PROUD MEMBER OF KATS ARMY  UNTIL THEY ALLL COME HOME

     MARINE 1964==1968

                                              KIA PVT DAN BULLOCK VIETNAM VET  15YEARS
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November 19, 2013, 9:23am Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Edward. Read your bio and only can muster the word WOW! A Huge Thank You for your service to this grateful nation.
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November 19, 2013, 5:03pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Ed's wife Deborah sent out a mass email to her friends and family about  the welcome home event.  
  Looks like she's excited and happy that after all these years Ed and his service to this country has not been forgotten.
Here is a copy with a few details omitted.


Hi,

Please join us as The Southeastern Pennsylvania Warrior's Watch will ride their motorcycles to our home officially welcoming Ed home from his service in Vietnam.  These bikers run their "missions" rain or shine.  An outdoor ceremony will commence to honor Ed.

Date:     Saturday, November 30, 2013  at  11:30

Where:  Sasinowski's Home, Maple Glen, PA  19002

Details:   Please park on Heard Drive or at the Montessori School on Jarrettown Road.  Dress appropriately for an outdoor event.

Please reply by November 24 to Deborah by phone or by email.

We hope you can join us to make this welcome home extra special for our special veteran!  Click on the link to view the posting courtesy of Warrior's Watch.

http://forums.lutzkicksass.com/cgi-bin/forum/Blah.pl?m-1384131284/s-0/


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


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November 19, 2013, 5:24pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome home, Ed.  Thank you for your service.


In memory of my father James Story, USAF 1951-1971 (Thailand 1967),  uncle Wilbur Ott, USAF-Korea, uncle Wm. McNeil, Army-WWII, uncle Tom Myers, Army-WWII, uncle Frank Myers, Army-WWII, friend Wm. Cooke, Army-WWII, brother in law Dick Pfaff, Navy-WWII

I ride for those who can't.
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Thank you for your great service!


Riding in Honor of my Grandfather, a WWII vet, who I'm fortunate enough to still have with me today!
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November 20, 2013, 7:50pm Report to Moderator

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WELCOME HOME EDWARD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you for your service to our Great Nation.

You were then, are now, and will forever be a True American  Hero.


Couldn't say it any better....Thank You Ed....
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November 20, 2013, 10:48pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home ED.....Thank You


     
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    Freedom Is Not Free........Thank Our Military ,Police And Fire
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Riding In Memory of Chicago Jim
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Thank you for everything,


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November 20, 2013, 11:34pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome home. Thank you for your service.

Standing by.
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November 21, 2013, 7:27pm Report to Moderator

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Thank You!!!! Standing by.


Rooney2n
THANK YOU to all who have served and currently serve in all branches of our military, police, firefighters, & EMS.

Riding in memory of my cousin John P. Sammartino, Passenger, AA flight 77, 9/11/2001.
Cousin, Robert W. Rooney, USAF Master Sgt, (Ret) Born June 7, 1960, Taps August 20, 2012.
Uncle, James R. Rooney, USAF Master Sgt, (Ret) Born August 16, 1938, Taps December 1, 1990. Vietnam.

I will always Love and Miss you.
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Welcome home Ed.  Thank you for your dedication and service..............It is never to late to thank a veteran.  Never!


In honor of my father SGT James W. Simms US Army wounded in the Battle of the Bulge and my Marine sons, SGT Jason M. Simms USMC who received the Purple Heart in July 2004 while serving in Iraq and LCPL Nathan J. Simms USMC who was released from active duty in May 2011 after serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia                                                                                                                                                                                
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November 24, 2013, 11:20am Report to Moderator

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thank you!! I can't make it, I got 2 parties that day, one is a deployment party, but you will be in my thoughts


always there in support of our HEROES!!
In honor of Steven Koch, kia 3/2008, 82 airborne, Ft Bragg
In honor of Lynn Koch, took her life, 5/2010

In honor of cousins
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John Rayho, sandbox 2010
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November 25, 2013, 2:38am Report to Moderator
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Welcome Home and your service IS appreciated!
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November 25, 2013, 4:50pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome home Ed. Thank you for your service.


I ride in the memory of A1C Austin H. Gates-Benson and for the men and women who give all for this country.
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November 25, 2013, 6:41pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home Mr Sasinowski and that you for your service!!




POW*MIA
YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN


All gave some, some gave all.
Never forget, FDNY 343


Riding in memory of Uncle's Tom, Leo, Bill, Army Europe WW2. Uncle Jimmy, Marines South Pacific WW2. Mario Barone, Army Big Red 1 WW2 German POW. Ed Riddlel, Marines South Pacific WW2. Norm Brown, Army South Pacific WW2.  Uncle Ed, Army and my Father in Law Steve Winnick, USN, Korean War era.
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November 25, 2013, 7:53pm Report to Moderator

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Thank you  for your service, Edward.

Standing by in Levittown.


In memory of my father James Story, USAF 1951-1971 (Thailand 1967),  uncle Wilbur Ott, USAF-Korea, uncle Wm. McNeil, Army-WWII, uncle Tom Myers, Army-WWII, uncle Frank Myers, Army-WWII, friend Wm. Cooke, Army-WWII, brother in law Dick Pfaff, Navy-WWII

I ride for those who can't.
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November 26, 2013, 3:00pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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TIME CHANGE--------------UPDATE IS POSTED

Things have changed for the better and gotten a bit more complicated so more time will be needed at the rally point. KSU has not changed but the rally time is now 11:15.
Also, some Army brass will be there to present Mr Sasinowski with two of his medals earned, The Purple Heart and The Bronze Star. Several other awards will be given as well, including a US Flag flown over the state capitol.
The last confirmed head count is 130 family and friends, plus the WWR members, AHW, local news crews and Pa. State Rep. Tom Murt will be attending this long overdue Welcome Home !


                                                             OUTSTANDING !
    
Bring your 3X5 flags please as we will stand honors for Ed when he is awarded his medals.
  


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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Rambone
November 26, 2013, 6:46pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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I know this is asking a lot, but a nice showing of flagged bikes as we round the corner to his house will set the stage for this well deserved M&H . Please flag your bikes if you can, thanks.


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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November 26, 2013, 8:27pm Report to Moderator

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Standing by in Blue Bell PA


Riding Proudly for my  family members who have  served and also those who  are presently serving.
Mike Weinstein WWll South Pacific(deceased)
Dennis Koback -Viet Nam 65-66  Father in Law
Staff Sgt Erica Weinstein- Walsh
Lt. Michele Weinstein-active
Staff Sgt Nathan Walsh-active
Major Mike Weinstein ll Gulph War (retired)
Staff Sgt Mike Weinstein lll-active
Petty Officer 1st cl. Beth Weinstein
Capt Tricia Weinstein - OIF-1
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November 27, 2013, 7:30am Report to Moderator

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Welcome home Mr Edward Sasinowski and that you for your service!


Riding in memory of my wife and shipmate AZCS(AW) Virginia M. Tucholski, US Navy
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November 27, 2013, 7:41am Report to Moderator

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Thank you for your service!


Karen and I standing by in Northeast Philadelphia


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"PROUD MEMBER OF KAT'S ARMY"


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November 27, 2013, 12:49pm Report to Moderator

Proud to Serve!!!!
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Welcome Home Ed!! Thank You for Your Service and Sacrifice to this Great Country!!
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November 27, 2013, 6:45pm Report to Moderator

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WOW !!!!!!!
Thank you Mr. Sasinowski, for all your efforts and dedication. Can't wait to thank you in person.
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November 27, 2013, 9:47pm Report to Moderator

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Standing by in Horsham with flags flying.  

Welcome home Edward!
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November 27, 2013, 9:55pm Report to Moderator

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WELCOME HOME BROTHER
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Lights out
November 28, 2013, 7:19am Report to Moderator

Thank you all that served for me and mine.....
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Standing by in Northeast Phila. Would really be proud to present this man with a piece of our flag, that has flown over my home.


Just a thankful civilian...
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November 28, 2013, 7:44am Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Quoted from Lights out
Standing by in Northeast Phila. Would really be proud to present this man with a piece of our flag, that has flown over my home.
go 4 it



An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
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DO WE HAVE THE ADDRESS ON EITHER ROAD ???
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Rambone
November 28, 2013, 3:06pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Quoted from LEE C
DO WE HAVE THE ADDRESS ON EITHER ROAD ???
  

Toys"R"Us and Babies"R"Us
100 Welsh Rd, Horsham, PA ‎
Horsham Gate
(215) 784-1900 ‎

https://maps.google.com/maps?t.....6&output=classic


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"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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FUNGI
November 28, 2013, 4:01pm Report to Moderator

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Hey  Harry, isn't it going to be too  crowded in the lot on a Sat. with Xmas shopping?  Standing By


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Rambone
November 28, 2013, 7:34pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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   Pete your right and if room is an issue, there is a parking lot next to it used for the overflow parking of an industrial complex and should work fine. As seen from this flyover, it's the dark blacktop verses the light of Toys r Us .

https://maps.google.com/maps?q.....Horsham,+PA&z=19


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
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November 29, 2013, 12:53pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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I did a recon today and the parking lot was full. Plan B is the parking lot next to it as described above, I'll be there early to direct people.


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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November 29, 2013, 6:31pm Report to Moderator

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Welcome Home and Thank You for your service! ! !

standing by



Once a Marine Always a Marine
acitive 1982-1986

"You're never done winning freedom.  You have to fight for it in every generation." C.Stasheff - A Wizard in War
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November 29, 2013, 7:34pm Report to Moderator

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Bucks County Rallye Point:

Brians HD
Rallye Time 10:15'
KSU 10:30


Riding in honor of my son's service
Captain Andrew J.R. Kasman USAF
Judge Advocate General Corps
Tinker AFB, Oklahoma
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November 29, 2013, 7:39pm Report to Moderator

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See ya at Brians, Howard.


In memory of my father James Story, USAF 1951-1971 (Thailand 1967),  uncle Wilbur Ott, USAF-Korea, uncle Wm. McNeil, Army-WWII, uncle Tom Myers, Army-WWII, uncle Frank Myers, Army-WWII, friend Wm. Cooke, Army-WWII, brother in law Dick Pfaff, Navy-WWII

I ride for those who can't.
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November 29, 2013, 9:50pm Report to Moderator

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Standing By x2


Riding in Honor of my Grandfather, a WWII vet, who I'm fortunate enough to still have with me today!
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November 29, 2013, 9:55pm Report to Moderator

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Thanks for your service! Standing by in Gilbertsville.


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Proud Parent of G!
Sgt. Gary Anoushian USMC
Marine Air Control Group 28 (MACS DEUCE)
2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Cherry Point NC



God Bless Our Marine
Thank You to WWR for all of your support!

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Quoted from Gpopss
Thanks for your service! Standing by in Gilbertsville.


Welcome Home Edward..                      "         "   "     "


Proud Member of Kat's Army

Marine Mom: I may look harmless, but I raised a Marine.
(two Marines actually)

Women Marines -- Fewer and Prouder

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See you at Brians  ...   ...   ...
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November 30, 2013, 1:51am Report to Moderator

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See you at dealership Howard....but don't wait....


"The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten."  --Calvin Coolidge
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November 30, 2013, 8:02am Report to Moderator

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Standing by at Brians.....


Riding in honor & memory of all who gave thier life, & currently fight for our country.
Served 93'-03
Chemical & M.P
Reserve duty Sept,11 2001....MEATBALL

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RIGHT BEHIND YA!
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November 30, 2013, 1:34pm Report to Moderator

Thank you for the freedoms i cherrish every day
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Welcome home and thank you for your service !!!!
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November 30, 2013, 2:46pm Report to Moderator

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A true honor to be involved today!


Riding in Honor of my Grandfather, a WWII vet, who I'm fortunate enough to still have with me today!
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November 30, 2013, 5:55pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Thank you to all who made this a very special day for Ed and his family.  You guys ROCK !


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
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November 30, 2013, 6:05pm Report to Moderator

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Edward, it was an honor to shake your hand.  Thank you for your service.  You are a true American Hero.

Some photos and videos of the mission may be found at:

https://picasaweb.google.com/112272792475811391121/SEPA1130AMHEdwardTSasinowskiUSArmy

Good job leading the mission, Harry.


In memory of my father James Story, USAF 1951-1971 (Thailand 1967),  uncle Wilbur Ott, USAF-Korea, uncle Wm. McNeil, Army-WWII, uncle Tom Myers, Army-WWII, uncle Frank Myers, Army-WWII, friend Wm. Cooke, Army-WWII, brother in law Dick Pfaff, Navy-WWII

I ride for those who can't.
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November 30, 2013, 6:46pm Report to Moderator

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It was an honor to meet and shake your hand today Mr Sasinowski. Thank you for your service!
Click on the link to view the pictures from today:

https://picasaweb.google.com/1.....&feat=directlink




POW*MIA
YOU ARE NOT FORGOTTEN


All gave some, some gave all.
Never forget, FDNY 343


Riding in memory of Uncle's Tom, Leo, Bill, Army Europe WW2. Uncle Jimmy, Marines South Pacific WW2. Mario Barone, Army Big Red 1 WW2 German POW. Ed Riddlel, Marines South Pacific WW2. Norm Brown, Army South Pacific WW2.  Uncle Ed, Army and my Father in Law Steve Winnick, USN, Korean War era.
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November 30, 2013, 8:41pm Report to Moderator

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It was an honor and privilege to be a part of today's events.  Ed, you are a special man - a hero for all you did in war and one who is obviously loved for all you did in peace.  Thank you again for all you've done!!


In Memory of Daddy, Uncle Roy, Uncle Earl, Uncle Stan, Stretch, Al, Joe, Jake, Steve, Eddie & Kat
In honor of Capt. Walter Sigafoos and ADJ3 Paul Moser - still missing

"Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are at peace."  Author unknown
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December 1, 2013, 8:39am Report to Moderator

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Happy to share in this mission today for Ed, what a Great presentation to a true hero.
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December 1, 2013, 12:16pm Report to Moderator

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Harry awesome job!!! Ed Thankyou for your service!


"You only need rain gear if you have to be some where".Dann Manela
"PROUD MEMBER OF KAT'S ARMY"


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December 1, 2013, 8:20pm Report to Moderator

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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sent to me from Sgt. John Fleming ( Sgt. Fleming was THE reason Ed got his medals that day)


Harry,
   Thank you for the kind words Harry but you and the Warrior Watch Members are the only reason any thing took place yesterday. The combined group of you are nothing less then quiet professionals carrying on the mission.  I can't thank you enough for what you did for Ed, as a Harley rider himself the presence of so many bikes moved him to tears. For me and my wife it was a pleasure to help out in something you started.  Let us know if there's anything we can do to help in the future. My phone is always on for Vets and I hope to ride for the cause with you and the WW someday soon.
                 Regards John


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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Very nice, after all these years....


An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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December 6, 2013, 7:41pm Report to Moderator

IGNORE THE FLAK, FLY THE MISSION
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Thanks for posting!  T


To my kat  " until the twelth of never, I'll still be loving you"       
                                
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES KAT, RIP
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An American Soldier is someone who, at some point in their life, wrote out a check, payable"to the United States of America" for the sum total of up to and including my life." We as citizens of those same United States owe them no less than unconditional support.


"Love is the feelin you get when you like something as much as your motorcycle."
~Sonny Barger

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