JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Harley-Davidson on Wednesday gave a motorcycle to a veteran who pulled a woman from a burning car earlier this year.
Brian “Amarok” Critton was presented at Wounded Warrior Project’s headquarters in Jacksonville with a motorcycle from Harley-Davidson’s new G.I. Enthusiast Collection.
In March, Critton was riding a Harley-Davidson bike to a WWP event when he came across the scene of a fiery crash and carried a woman from a burning vehicle, the organization said.
Critton served for a decade in the U.S. Army, including a tour in Iraq, and he’s an advocate for veterans’ mental health, sharing his personal stories with his more than 170,000 followers on TikTok, WWP said.
Harley-Davidson chose Critton to receive the bike because of his service on and off the battlefield, WWP said.
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