A happy 245th birthday to the U.S. Army!
Today, we recognize 245 years of bravery, commitment, skill and answering the call to serve.
We are America's Army.
HELPING VETS!!! Duty....Honor....Service...
Warrior Motorcycle Club operates as a non-profit, fraternal organization aimed at allowing veterans to help veterans (past and present) that may be in need. Short history: The Warrior Motorcycle Club, was formed in 2001 as part of a larger, national fraternal organization for Military Veterans and active duty Military personnel who support the United States and it’s Armed Forces. The organization was established to provide a strong sense of pride and support for Veterans and active duty service personnel. Due to trust issues with that other organization, the Warrior MC split away from them in 2009 and became it’s own entity. We govern ourselves at the chapter level. We fly unencumbered and independent of any national group. DISCLAIMER: We are not a support club for any other organization. There are other Clubs who are using parts of our name and we have NO association with them. Warrior Motorcycle Club will NEVER, either actively or covertly, advertise on the internet for membership, be it on message boards, websites, blogs or Facebook...if you want to be one, ask one... We are a traditional MC founded on traditional values and beliefs. We have fought to live free. We have the right to ride free.
Mission: Helping veterans! Be them veterans of the past, the present or the future.
A happy 245th birthday to the U.S. Army!
Today, we recognize 245 years of bravery, commitment, skill and answering the call to serve.
We are America's Army.
On this date in history, June 6, 1944, Operation Overlord (D-Day) commenced...by the end of the operation, 1.5 million troops were involved, with over 124,400 American casualties, with 20,000 deaths...
We remember and honor the memory and sacrifice of these brave men...
Operation Overlord was the codename for the Battle of Normandy, the Allied operation that launched the successful invasion of German-occupied Western Europe during World War II. The operation was launched on 6 June 1944 with the Normandy landings. A 1,200-plane airborne assault preceded an amphibiou...
Till Valhalla Brother!
You can stand down now, we got this!
Patrick Gavin Tadina served in Vietnam for over five years straight between 1965 and 1970.
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We have lost another warrior. Sadly, Marine Cpl Rory Patrick Hamill took his own life last week and joined the 22.
One of his last posted comments on social media read: “I began writing this at 03:46 in the morning. I’ve been drunk on red wine since the previous night. I haven’t slept. I haven’t stopped suffering. My own personal hell has been reignited, in light of present circumstances affecting us all. This pandemic, although viral in nature; alludes to what happens to us as human beings, when we are stripped of our outlets and are deprived of our ability to socialize.” Rory took his own life on May 1, 2020.
Although we do not have the specifics of his death, what can be deducted from his last post, is that he was still suffering from the mental, emotional and physical injuries of combat and the shelter in place aggravated and added to the suffering.
As veterans who are challenged with post-traumatic stress, we are told NOT to isolate and encouraged to socialize. We are taught of the dangers of self-isolation as it can increase symptoms of social anxiety and aggravate other negative feelings and behaviors. Yet during this pandemic, most of the world is being encouraged and, in some cases, forced to isolate. This has caused much confusion in the veteran community as well as added new challenges for those experiencing some form of post-traumatic stress. For many veterans, there are far more dangerous and detrimental things than the virus.
Understanding the challenges our veterans already faced fighting their own demons, and now having to face new challenges that come about through the required self-isolation period can claim their lives, really frustrates and saddens me. To those veterans within our social media reach & beyond who may be suffering from this new reality were self-isolating is not only okay but applauded. We are asking that you not suffer in silence and instead reach out to a fellow veteran, friend or family member. We have held virtual workout and cooking classes, in attempts to combat the unintended negative consequence from self-isolation, but it is not enough. We would like you to join us as we look for ways to keep our community connected and emotionally healthy. We will begin by hosting our first virtual community gathering next week (more information soon). Where we can talk, vent, laugh, cry, sing, share jokes, you name it! We would love to see and hear from you. You know that by putting so many veterans together in one chat room, there will be so many fun topics to talk about. We will have more details in the coming days. But until then, stay strong… whatever we do, we cannot give in to this pandemic or new reality of self-isolationism. There are ways to re connect with one another and together we will find the way.
A little more about our brother Cpl Hamill…
On Feb. 13, 2011, CPL Hamill was serving with Golf Company, 2nd Battalion, 8th Marines in Marjah, Afghanistan. It was during this, his third combat tour, that he suffered severe injuries when he stepped on a pressure plate improvised explosive device during an IED sweep he decided to do himself, to keep any of his younger Marines from getting hurt. He lost his right leg above the knee and had damage to his other limbs. Since his injury, Cpl Hamill had many physical and emotional challenges to overcome. Seven years earlier, he thought about suicide, as some veterans do after trauma, but stopped when he thought about his children and as it would appear, began to turn his life around after seeking help.
Cpl Hamill was a father of three, but a military veteran brother to many. He continued to serve others as a mentor and a veteran’s mental health advocate. He was a motivational speaker and veteran mentor with the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office Veteran’s Diversion Program. He was expected to graduate from Monmouth University in 2022. Regardless of his challenges, Cpl Hamill fought a hard fight toward recovery after being wounded in Afghanistan. Although in his social media post he felt “stripped of our outlets” and “deprived of our ability to socialize.” there are many individuals and groups out there, including Warriors Beyond War who will fight alongside you to reconnect those outlets or create new ones. Stay strong and please reach out if the burden gets too heavy. You are not alone in this fight.
On this date, in 1969, John L. Levitow put himself before his Brothers, becoming the lowest ranked recipient of the Congressional Medal Of Honor for his actions on this day...
We will never forget!
John Lee Levitow (November 1, 1945 – November 8, 2000) was a United States Air Force (USAF) Loadmaster who received the Medal of Honor for exceptional heroism during wartime. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for his acts of heroism while serving on board a Douglas AC-47 Spooky gunship of the 3d S...
7000 men died...and no less than TWENTY SEVEN Medal of Honor recipients from this ONE battle...
"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived."
George S. Patton
The battle produced 27 Medal of Honor Recipients.
Rest in peace Brothers...
Two U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers who were killed when a when American and Afghan troops were fired on during a mission in Afghanistan were identified by the Pentagon on Sunday.
Forget the celebrities...this has all indications of being a bad one....
Insider attack in the Ghan....keep these men/women in your thoughts please...
Another "Green on Blue:" More US Special Forces Soldiers Slain By "Friendlies" In Afghanistan by Scott Faith The US Army's Special Forces have a unique
With great sadness, we pass on the news of the passing of Frank Losonsky, America's last living Flying Tiger....
The United States is losing her Greatest Generation now at an astounding rate....soon they will be gone....nearly 1,100 World War II vets die each day. By Sept. 30, 2021, there will only be an estimated 158,000 WWII veterans still alive.
Rest in peace Sir and stand down, we got this....
With deep sadness the AVG Flying Tigers Association informed us that the last living Flying Tiger, Frank Losonsky, passed away yesterday in Columbus,GA. Frank took part in the 2016 CAF Atlanta Warbird Weekend which we organized in honor of the Flying Tigers. During that event, we surprised Frank with a flight in "his" P-40. Frank has "headed West" and will be joining all the Tigers for a Hail & Farewell.
Mr. Wolfe passed away on January 30th....he was 98.
Please help us honor his service and his memory....
RANGERS LEAD THE WAY!!!
AMERICA REMEMBERS – It is with great sadness; we announce the passing of World War II veteran Mr. Denman E. Wolfe who participated in Normandy DDAY invasion. He was 98.
As a 23-year-old private, Mr. Wolfe was one of thousands of American soldiers, and one of the elite Rangers, who waded ashore on D-Day to help secure Omaha Beach at Normandy.
Mr. Wolfe was assigned to the 5th Ranger Battalion, Company D and fought in four major battles of World War II including: Normandy, Battle for Brest, Battle of the Bulge and the Battle of Huertgen Forest where Mr. Wolfe was shot in the face.
In all, Wolfe spent 3 years, 11 months, and 21 days in Europe, fighting the Germans all the way.
He is one of last surviving member of the WWII U.S. Army Rangers to assault the beaches of Normandy in 1944.
“Every Day is Memorial Day”
The Greatest GENERATIONS Foundation
Lone Survivor Foundation
Today we're remembering two of the nation's greatest: Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield.
We honor and remember the 7 brave souls lost on the Challenger on this day, in 1986
Francis Richard Scobee, Commander
Michael J. Smith, Pilot
Ronald McNair, Mission Specialist
Ellison Onizuka, Mission Specialist
Judith Resnik, Mission Specialist
Gregory Jarvis, Payload Specialist
Christa McAuliffe, Payload Specialist
REST IN PEACE: Today we remember the lives lost in the Space Shuttle Challenger explosion, which happened 34 years ago today. Do you remember where you were that tragic day? bit.ly/2uITHK4
A VERY Merry Christmas from all of the Brothers of Warrior Motorcycle Club to all of our wonderful friends, both real and imagined! We hope the jolly fat bastard in the red suit was good to each and every one of you! Enjoy your day with your families!
Also, allow me to take this moment to remind everyone that thousands of men and women in our Armed Forces are deployed, both to active war zones and not, doing their duties We know for a fact they'd much rather be here than there...please keep each and every one of them in your thoughts and prayers on this day...
A parade was scheduled for the morning of Saturday, Dec. 16, 1944, for members of 1st Battalion, 109th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division in Diekirch, a small town in Luxembourg. The division had been sent to the area for some welcome rest and refit after continuous fighting in the months sin...
This weekend...for the 119th time...
This is from last year's game...the opening. we seriously doubt that it will get any better than this....
“Since 1890, the Army/Navy game has celebrated those who have committed their lives to protecting our country. For the 118th time, it’s much more than just a football game. https://t.co/f8ruphRpUd”
Congratulations to Felicia Thiess! Felicia had the winning ticket in our gun raffle!
Felicia opted to take the Marlin 30/30 over the other prizes!
Again, congratulations and thank you so much for your support!
Stay tuned to this page for all fund raising events and parties the Warrior MC will sponsor!
Have a fantastic Thanksgiving everyone!
Happy Veterans Day!
100 years ago today!
If you can read this, thank a teacher....
If you can read this in English, thank a veteran!
Veterans Day (originally known as Armistice Day) is a federal holiday in the United States observed annually on November 11, for honoring military veterans, that is, persons who have served in the United States Armed Forces (and were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable). It coi...
The Brothers of Warrior MC will be at Applebees in White Marsh and Aberdeen Monday for our annual bucket brigade fundraiser...if you're out and about, whether you're a veteran or not, stop by to say hi and have a good meal!
De Oppresso Liber!!!
MUCH respect MSgt Williams! Thank you for your service, dedication and bravery!
Active duty Green Beret MSgt Matthew Wiliams will receive the Medal of Honor on October 30 for his actions at the Battle of Shok Vallet in 2008.
Rest in peace Brother and stand down...we got this.
Francis Currey, one of the three living World War II Medal of Honor recipients and whose likeness was used to create Medal of Honor G.I. Joe in 1998, died Tuesday. He was 94.
If anyone can help out this VFW, please contact them at the email address provided!
Post 8672 is our home post where we meet at...very good people who do a lot for our veterans!
HELP NEEDED, 2ppl, for the Pig Roast on Sat 10/12. 1 for kitchen and 1 to serve sodas. 7-11pm Please email [email protected]
Vets, heads up...be careful where and what you put out there...
Iranian Hackers targeting Veteran Job Seekers by John Harris | Oct 6, 2019 | National Office National Guard Advisory: AD-19-21 Iranian Hackers Target US Military Personnel The above link is to an advisory from the National Guard Bureau, sharing information about a job seeking website that will insta...
Warrior Motorcycle Club is doing this raffle thing again this year...drawing will again be on Veterans Day, November 11th. Tickets are cheap...$1 each or 6 for $5...
This is a "hunters choice" raffle...winner has their choice of ONE of the following:
Marlin 30/30 lever action rifle
Remington 870 12 gauge pump shotgun
Parker/Hammer 170 lb crossbow (with extra bolts)
Winner is responsible for all fees associated with background checks.
Guns provided by our friends at Continental Arms in Timonium.
Crossbow provided by Bass Pro Shops in Arundel Mills Mall.
See any Warrior for tickets! Or message this page and someone will get back with you asap!
We remember, you should too.
Lest We Forget
NOW you can RIP Col Knight!
Welcome home Brother!
Air Force Col. Roy Knight Jr. was shot down during a combat mission on the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos in May 1967.
If this doesn't bring a tear to your eye, you ain't human...
When his Marine Force Recon team leader was shot in the thigh, Hospital Corpsman Second Class Anzac Merrithew sliced open the wound large enough to fit his hand inside, then placed a clamp on the severed femoral artery up inside the Marine’s pelvis. He kept his hand in place squeezing the clamp to ensure it could not slip off. Still under heavy fire from an overwhelming force of NVA, Doc Merrithew crawled alongside the Marine as the rest of the 8-man team dragged him across the jungle floor to an extraction site. When a chopper dropped a jungle penetrator 80 feet down through the canopy, Merrithew straddled the contraption with the team leader. He maintained his grip on the severed artery as the hoist slowly pulled them upward and enemy fire tried to knock them out of the sky. The medevac bird delivered the Doc and wounded Marine back to Phu Bai. Only when his team leader was surrounded by surgeons and skilled professionals did Doc Merrithew release his grip and remove his hand from inside the team leader’s thigh. Thanks solely to Merrithew's actions, the Marine survived.
"The doctors saved my leg," the team leader would remember, "Merrithew saved my life."
Like many Force Recon Marines and Corpsmen, Doc Merrithew’s dedication and heroism went unrecognized. Learn more about this action in the BZO feature story, “Recon Doc” under section 5.
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