• September 19, 2014

Riders on a mission

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2 comments:

  • Eliza posted at 10:29 am on Sun, Mar 9, 2014.

    Eliza Posts: 761

    Thank you all for the service you gave in the past to the country,
    and Thank you for the service you give, to your fellow compatriots, as they go to their final resting place--- Both were and are Honorable Duties .

     
  • Hacksaw posted at 10:29 am on Sun, Mar 9, 2014.

    Hacksaw Posts: 42

    An important thing to note about the Patriot Guard Riders is they don't just show up at a funeral. Every time they ride for a fallen veteran or active duty service member, it is because they were invited by the family to attend.
    Another thing to note is you don't have to ride a motorcycle to be a member. Anyone who is willing to show honor and respect toward our nation's military are welcome.
    The Patriot Guard Riders is not an anti protest group. They do not engage or even acknowledge the presence of any protestors. Their exclusive mission is to shield the family from unwelcome intrusion strictly through legal and peaceful means.

     

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