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Old 12-07-2012, 09:45 AM   #1
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Default Wreaths across America coming soon

The annual Wreaths across America is coming up soon. The Patriot Guard Riders, The Combat Vets Motorcycle Association, The Nam Knights, Rolling Thunder and several other motorcycle clubs will be providing escort and wreath placement upon each of our fallen soldier's tombstones once we get to the specified National Cemetary of our individual area rides.

It is a well deserved show of respect and honor to our fallen soldier's that gave all for our freedom. If my knee does not hold me back, I will be there riding and placing wreaths with them. But please everyone if you see this motorcaid go by your area, stop and salute to honor the ones we ride for. "No man hath greater love, than he lay down his life for his friends". (RWB, VietNam 1970, QL-13 from Lai Khe to Cambodia, QL-20 from Bazar to Bao Loc)

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The annual Wreaths across America is coming up soon. The Patriot Guard Riders, The Combat Vets Motorcycle Association, The Nam Knights, Rolling Thunder and several other motorcycle clubs will be providing escort and wreath placement upon each of our fallen soldier's tombstones once we get to the specified National Cemetary of our individual area rides.

It is a well deserved show of respect and honor to our fallen soldier's that gave all for our freedom. If my knee does not hold me back, I will be there riding and placing wreaths with them. But please everyone if you see this motorcaid go by your area, stop and salute to honor the ones we ride for. "No man hath greater love, than he lay down his life for his friends". (RWB, VietNam 1970, QL-13 from Lai Khe to Cambodia, QL-20 from Bazar to Bao Loc)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=c38DciT3IWE
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