BIKERS STEPPED UP: When Hearing Marine’s Remains Were Coming Home In USPS Box

Published on September 11, 2015

When these bikers heard what had happened to one of our fallen heroes, they did something incredible to honor him.

Staff Sergeant Jonathan Turner served seven tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and died in California from combat-related injuries.

His mother was unable to make the trip from Georgia to California for the funeral and the Marine Corps handled all of the funeral arrangements – including shipping Staff Sergeant ashes back home.

And that didn’t sit well with Patriot Guard riders, so they stepped up by creating a caravan and personally escorting SSgt Turner’s remains all the way across the country.

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