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North Texas Patriot Guard Riders
"Always There"
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What We Do And Request That We Be There For YOU



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APRIL 2016
Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday 
27 EASTER 28
29 VIETNAM VETERANS
       DAY

30

  • 31
    April 01

  • Joshua DeWitt
    [Ride Captain: Mark Gravit]
    (Procession, Inurnment)
    Staging:
     08:30 - Grand Prairie
     09:15 - DFW Cemetery

    Mission Report

  • Billy Austin
    CORRECTED
    [Ride Captain: Dan Mathys]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     08:45 - DFW Cemetery



  • SPC
        Andrew Moody
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     11:00 - Seagoville
     13:15 - DFW Cemetery



  • LTC
        James Gosey
    [Ride Captain: Rick Crabb]
    (Funeral Service)
    Staging:
     09:45 - Fort Worth

    Mission Report 

  • Sgt
        James McDonald
    [Ride Captain: Darl Easton]
    (PGR Member Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Fort Worth
     15:15 - DFW Cemetery

  • 02

  • 1LT
        Robert Welch III Run for our Heroes
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Community Event)
    Staging:
     07:30 - Wylie
    Mission Report

  • MSgt
        Ozell Conner
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Funeral Service)
    Staging:
     11:00 - Laurel Land
                   Dallas

  • 03 04

  • MSgt
        Ozell Conner
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     07:45 - Laurel Land
     08:45 - DFW Cemetery


     

  • LTC
        James Gosey
    [Ride Captain: Rick Crabb]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     10:45 - DFW Cemetery


  • SPC 3
        Jackie Waggoner
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Mesquite


  • James Owen
    [Ride Captain: Sylvia Miller]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     14:00 - Corsicana

  • 05

  • SN
        Elvis Hamous
    [Ride Captain: Jammie Yaw]
    (Funeral, Procession, Inurnment)
    Staging:
     12:00 - Farmers Branch

  • 06

  • Col
        Richard Capatosto
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     08:00 - Plano
     10:15 - DFW Cemetery



  • Billy Denison
    [Ride Captain: Gene DeBord]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     12:00 - Wichita Falls


  • Medal of Honor
          Motorcade

    [Ride Captain: Mark Gravit]
    (Motorcade)
    Staging:
     14:30 - DFW Airport to
                      Gainesville

    Mission Report 
    Group Ride From Eastern North Texas, East Texas, and Southern Oklahoma To Staging Area
  • 07

  • Lt Col
        Edward Slayton
    [Ride Captain: Brian Liberty]
    (Memorial, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Granbury
     14:45 - DFW Cemetery

  • 08

  • SN
        Nolan Trobaugh
    [Ride Captain: Carlton Emmons]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:30 - Mansfield
     12:00 - DFW Cemetery



  • Jonathan Deane
    [Ride Captain: Jim Wiggins]
    (Funeral Service)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Mansfield

    Mission Report 

  • Lt. Col
        Margaret Keeley
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     12:15 - Irving
     13:15 - DFW Cemetery

    Mission Report 
  • 09

  • VA Bus Escort to MOH Parade
    [Hover Your Mouse On Above Line]


  • SPC
        Jerrell Mitchell
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Funeral Service)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Fort Worth

    Mission Report 

  • PO3
        William Cox
    [Ride Captain: Jammie Yaw]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Dallas


  • Chris Kyle
         Birthday Bash

    [Ride Captain: Ken DuBois]
    (Flag Line For Special Event)
    Staging:
     17:30 - Dallas
    Mission Report 
  • 10 11

  • Lonie McNeece
    [Ride Captain: Rick Crabb]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     08:15 - DFW Cemetery
  • 12

  • SPC1
        David Teichmann
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Grand Prairie
     10:45 - DFW Cemetery



  • Robert Ramsey
    [Ride Captain: Carlton Emmons]
    (Veteran With No Known Family Interment Service)
    Staging:
     10:15 - DFW Cemetery



  • Sgt
        Donald Davis
    [Ride Captain: Jim Anderson]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     12:45 - DFW Cemetery



  • MSgt
        Joe Keesee
    [Ride Captain: Gene DeBord]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     12:45 - Wichita Falls

  • Clyde Vaughn
    [Ride Captain: Mike Moore]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     14:00 - North Richland
                     Hills
  • 13

  • GySgt
        Henry Guffee
    [Ride Captain: Carl Feltner]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Whitesboro

    Mission Report 

  • Edward Cannon
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Mansfield


  • MSgt
        Charles Fidler
    [Ride Captain: Sylvia Miller]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     10:30 - Waxahachie
     12:30 - DFW Cemetery



  • SPC
        Jerrell Mitchell
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     10:15 - DFW Cemetery

  • 14 15

  • PO1
        John Cummings
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Mansfield
  • 16
    17 18 PATRIOT'S  DAY

  • Lennard Alford
    PROCESSION CANCELLED
    [Ride Captain: Rick Crabb]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Mansfield
     13:45 - DFW Cemetery

  • 19

  • Stanley Liska
    [Ride Captain: Wendy Ingersoll]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Ennis


  • CPL
        Kern Bates
    [Ride Captain: Jim Anderson]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     12:15 - DFW Cemetery



  • Sparky Cox
    [Ride Captain: Carl Feltner]
    (PGR Member Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     12:45 - Sherman

  • 20 21

  • Kenneth Ferguson
    [Ride Captain: Mark Gravit]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     12:30 - DFW Cemetery


  • Ronald Beatty
    [Ride Captain: Bob Heuchert]
    (Visitation)
    Staging:
     17:00 - Henrietta
  • 22 23

  • WEHS AFJROTC
         5K Fun Run

    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Flag Line)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Wylie

  • Monta Hughes
    [Ride Captain: Jim Wiggins]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     11:00 - Seagoville


  • SSG
        Tommy Smith
    [Ride Captain: Dan Mathys]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     12:00 - Fort Worth



  • Sgt
        Roger Hall
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     12:30 - Mansfield


  • Wesley Bradham
    [Ride Captain: Mark Ingersoll]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Kaufman
  • 24

  • Robert Levy
    [Ride Captain: Bryan Read]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     11:00 - North Richland
                   Hills



  • Gary Gorham
    [Ride Captain: Carl Feltner]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Gainesville
  • 25

  • Pfc
        Derrick Lanham
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Funeral Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:30 - The Colony
     13:30 - DFW Cemetery


  • Charles Worrell
    [Ride Captain: Rusty McNab]
    (Funeral, Interment Services)
    Staging:
     11:30 - Fort Worth


  • Linden Hargrove
    [Ride Captain: Phil Robinson]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Gainesville
  • 26 27

  • Joe Smith
    [Ride Captain: Sylvia Miller]
    (Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     10:45 - Dallas
     11:45 - DFW Cemetery

  • 28

  • Sgt
        Gary Swelander
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     09:45 - DFW Cemetery



  • MSgt
        John Lorenzo
    [Ride Captain: Rusty McNab]
    (Mission Pending)
    Staging:
     10:00 - North Richland
                     Hills
     12:15 - DFW Cemetery


  • Woodrow Hill
    [Ride Captain: Jim Anderson]
    (Inurnment Service)
    Staging:
     12:30 - DFW Cemetery



  • 1SGT
        Freddy Pierce
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     13:45 - DFW Cemetery

  • 29 TEXAS GATHERING
             OF THE GUARD


  • MAJ
        Ernest Stutheit
    [Ride Captain: Rusty McNab]
    (Memorial Service, Procession, Inurnment)
    Staging:
     09:30 - Keller
     13:45 - DFW Cemetery



  • A/2C (P)
        Elward Wilson
    [Ride Captain: John Blase]
    (Interment Service)
    Staging:
     12:15 - DFW Cemetery

  • 30 TEXAS GATHERING
             OF THE GUARD


  • Ron Rayhel
    [Ride Captain: Jim Murphy]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Wichita Falls


  • Ezra Varner
    [Ride Captain: Ted Waldron]
    (Funeral, Interment Services)
    Staging:
     10:00 - Fort Worth


  • CPL
        Robert Richter
    [Ride Captain: Brian Liberty]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Joshua


  • Sgt
        Devin Etheridge
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     13:00 - Arlington
  • May 01 02

  • PO1
        Gilbert Rosales
    [Ride Captain: Bill Kushnir]
    (Funeral, Procession, Interment)
    Staging:
     09:00 - Dallas


  • AT1
        Bailey Marley
    [Ride Captain: Jim Wiggins]
    (Memorial Service)
    Staging:
     12:00 - Commerce


  • Richard Lynch
    [Ride Captain: Sylvia Miller]
    (ADD(?) Mission Pending)
    Staging:
     10:30? - Dallas?
     12:45? - DFW Cemetery?


  • A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 72. North wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
    The Above Forecast Is For Commerce, Texas
    Dallas
  • 03

  • Randy McCurdy
    [Ride Captain: Garland Raney]
    (Mission Pending)
    Staging:
     15:00? - Dallas?


  • A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8am. Mostly sunny, with a high near 73. North wind 5 to 10 mph
    The Above Forecast Is For Commerce, Texas
    Dallas
  • 04

  • Alton Willingham
    [Ride Captain: TBD]
    (Mission Pending)
    Staging:
     10:00? - Duncanville?
     12:15? - DFW Cemetery?


  • Sunny, with a high near 79. Northwest wind around 5 mph.
    The Above Forecast Is For Commerce, Texas
    Dallas
  • 05 06 07
    Sunday  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday 
    Color Legend:  KIA-Killed In Action Active Duty Death Veteran HOTH Other Missions First Responder Red River Mission Information Only
    Weather Information: The Forecasts Above Are From The National Weather Service And Are Updated At Least Once Each Day.
    Near Real-Time Current Conditions And Forecasts Are Available For Each Primary Staging Point On Each Final Itinerary Page.
    Key To Missions On The Calendar Above
    For Internal Use
    If The First Line Of An Entry Shows
    A Name And It Is Underlined
    A Final Itinerary Has Been Released.
    Clicking On The Link Will Display The Final Itinerary
    If The First Line Of An Entry Says
    "Presence Requested"
    We Have Received A Request But A Ride Captain
    Has Not Yet Been Assigned Or Has Not Made Contact With The Requestor
    If The First Line Of An Entry Shows
    A Name But It Is Not Underlined
    This Mission Has Been Tentatively Approved By Leadership And
    A Ride Captain Has Been Assigned
    ("Mission Pending") In The Second / Third Line The Itinerary Has Not Yet Been Finalized
    (Mission Segments) In The Second / Third Line The Final Itinerary Has Been Received
    Staging Time Is Followed By A "?" This Is An Estimate Based On Information In The Request
    If All Information For The Mission Looks Complete,
    But The Name Is Still Not Underlined
    The Final Itinerary Has Been Received
    And Is Being Formatted For Publication And Notification
    Past Calendars Signup For E-Mail Notification System Contacts About
    I  M  P  O  R  T  A  N  T     A  N  N  O  U  N  C  E  M  E  N  T  S
    HAVE YOU STOPPED RECEIVING MISSION NOTICES?
    Posted: 04/15/2016 

    About a month ago, AOL and now YaHoo and Gmail began NOT DELIVERING E-Mail that THEY have determined to be SPAM, without regard to their users' wishes.  It took nearly a month to get AOL to stop this practice  for mail from NTXPGR.ORG, but now YaHoo is doing the same thing at a phenomenal rate; Gmail at a slower rate, so far.  Both YaHoo and Gmail do not support the same solution we used for AOL.

    We have invested over a hundred hours so far researching what YaHoo has done and in trying various possible solutions.  We are still waiting for the results of some of that activity.  At this time, we have 4 suggestions:

    1. If you have a more reliable, commercial-grade E-Mail service, please request changing your delivery to the other service by sending an E-Mail to Harold@ntxpgr.org DO NOT re-register!


    2. Make sure our messages are not going to your SPAM or Junk folder.  Add ntxpgr.org to your address book.  Whitelist ntxpgr.org in any way supported by your E-Mail system. 


    3. Report this problem to YOUR E-Mail service (YaHoo.com or Gmail.com) and tell them that THEY have stopped delivering critical E-Mail that you are subscribed to.  Please tell us how they respond.


    4. Watch the Mission Calendar on this WEB site - http://www.ntxpgr.org - there is nothing sent by E-Mail that is not published on our Calendar.

    If you have no other E-Mail addresses, we have some alternatives.  Please contact us at harold@ntxpgr.org.

    Watch this space for future developments as we pursue a resolution to this situation.

    T  H  A  N  K    Y  O  U    N  O  T  E  S
    See Archived Messages At: Letters From 2013 Thru Present
    And:  
    Letters From 2008 Thru 2012
    From The SFC Billy "John" Denison Mission
    Mission Date: 04/06/2016
    Posted: 04/07/2016
    I wanted to write and say thank you to everyone involved in the visitation and funeral of my dad, Billy John Denison. Today, as we drove up to the funeral home, there were so many of you wonderful Patriot Guards, and there were American flags everywhere -- it was an awesome site, and it meant the world to my mother and the rest of my family. We were so proud of my dad, who served in the United States Army for 22 years -- and I can't thank you all enough for showing such abounding respect for him and to us.

    I would like to send a special thank you out to the gentleman who presented my mother with a framed certificate of service with my dad's name on it -- and also to the man who put his safety on the line in order to stop traffic when the funeral procession was on their way to the cemetery.

    Our sincere gratitude to you all -- we can't thank you enough for what you do!

    Sincerely,
    Laura Estrada (Denison)
    From The Gary Robinson Mission
    Mission Date: 03/31/2016
    Posted: 04/02/2016
                     
    L  O  N  G     T  E  R  M    A  N  N  O  U  N  C  E M  E  N  T  S
    TXPGR.ORG
    Posted: 11/27/2015     Updated 01/24/2016
    It appears that this domain has now been taken down. Please continue to use NTXPGR.ORG

    WARNING: The original North Texas PGR domain name, TXPGR.ORG, has not been used in over two years - all links to that domain have been redirected to NTXPGR.ORG.  Now, it appears that domain name has been hijacked and no longer is redirected.  In fact, that domain appears to be hosting a Trojan virus.

    If you have links to anything on TXPGR.ORG, please change them to point to NTXPGR.ORG and DO NOT open any pages on TXPGR.ORG.  If you accidentally opened a page on the former WEB site, it is highly recommended that you run a virus scan on your computers and immediately remove any malware found.

    TXPGR.ORG is no longer under our control and the associated problems have been reported to its owner.
    Open Carry and The Texas Patriot Guard Riders
    Posted: 12/10/2015
    Greetings fellow Texas Patriot Guard Riders:

    With the soon to be Open Carry Law, we have had several questions about how this will affect the Patriot Guard.

    As we understand the law, you must be a licensed Concealed Handgun License (CHL) holder in order to legally carry a handgun in the open.

    The Texas Patriot Guard is not in the position to question your rights as a licensed CHL holder. A CHL license holder knows where they are allowed to carry a weapon and where they are not allowed to carry based on the laws.

    That being said, we all need to remember that the Patriot Guard are invited guests of the family of a fallen Hero at their most sacred time and we are there to pay Honor and Respect. That respect and common sense needs to prevail. Our missions/ flag lines are not the place to be displaying an open weapon.

    The Texas Patriot Guard Riders policy will be that no open carry will be permitted on any mission.

    The Ride Captain in charge of the mission does have the authority to ask anyone who is open carrying to remove the firearm and place it out of view, and/or ask the individual to leave the mission if they refuse. This policy is not in any way, shape, or form to infringe on the rights of a CHL holder, but to simply set a higher standard to which the Patriot Guard is known for and presents to our Hero’s families at each and every mission.

    Thank you all for supporting the Patriot Guard Riders and Honoring our Hero’s

    Any questions can be directed to me at bstroka@sbcglobal.net

    Bobby Stroka
    Texas State Captain
    Patriot Guard Riders
    Fellow North Texas PGR,

    The PGR policy on Open Carry is just common sense and is not intended to infringe on anyone's rights. I know everyone understands why open carry at PGR missions is not a good idea. It's pretty straight forward that we can't predict how a grieving family, uninvited guests, or the media will react to the sight of weapons openly carried by PGR. Therefore we will simply not take the chance of causing a disruption.

    Not so straight forward is carrying openly publicly or at other events while wearing the PGR logo. Please exercise the same common sense with regard to carrying a weapon openly while wearing PGR gear. The simple act of wearing your gear causes the media and others to associate the person wearing the gear to the organization, whether right or wrong. The PGR has always represented a high standard of honor and respect and is seen this way by the public. We don't want the impression to be changed by the sight of "armed" PGR as a result of carrying openly. We all know how the media reports things and how context can be misrepresented. We can avoid any misconceptions by eliminating he opportunity to do so. Please exercise common sense and abide by the PGR Code of Conduct when it come to how others could perceive you while wearing the PGR logo.

    Thanks,

    Bryan Read
    Deputy State Captain
    North Texas Patriot Guard Riders
    North Texas PGR Windshield Banners
    AVAILABLE NOW!!!

    Posted: 07/16/2015 - Updated 08/01/2015

    The popular North Texas static cling windshield banners are now available from THIS WEB site as promised!!!  The WEB address (URL) has been updated and there are now two versions of this banner available.  The first version is the same size and shape as you see on many of our motorcycle's windshields.  The second version is reverse-printed so they can be placed on the inside of windshields where they are protected from the elements, bugs, and cleaning.  The ink is on the opposite side of the clear material so there is no contact and no transfer of ink to the windshield, and they will stick to the inside of the windshield by static electricity.  They are relatively small and can be left in place on the windshield or they can be removed between missions.

    The price is similar to what they have been in the past, but now you will be able to order them on this WEB site and have them mailed to you or, in some cases, have them delivered to you at a mission.  There are extra costs to ship them.  If you order them on line, you can use your credit card, but the price MAY be adjusted to cover the service charge.  If you pick them up in person, you may pay in cash or by check.  Garland "PAPA" Raney, whom you see on many missions, will carry a supply for sale.  See pricing below.  Any profits from these banners will deposited in the respective PGR bank accounts and used to support our Mission Statement.  This is NOT a private, for-profit venture.

    We expect our first supply of these banners will go quickly, but we will do our best to keep them in stock.  For now, to order, please send an E-Mail to Harold@ntxpgr.org stating:

    1. Which type you want (inside or outside)
    2  How many of each
    3.  Your COMPLETE mailing address.  They are sent by US Mail if shipped.
              If you do not want them mailed, suggest an alternate method and we will discuss that by E-Mail. 
    4.  You will receive an electronic invoice by E-Mail.  Please watch for this E-Mail from
             "North Texas Patriot Guard Riders via PayPal" and pay as instructed.  We, the providers of this WEB site, do
             not ever see your credit card information.  Your credit card E-Mail and statement may reference TeleHobbies, Inc.,
            as he payee (the providers of this WEB site and PayPal interface).
    5.  If you have any questions, ask them in this ordering E-Mail for tracking purposes.  You will not be billed until your questions
            are answered, so be sure to check back quickly.  Your order will not be shipped until the invoice is paid!

    TODAY'S PRICING:
       Normal Static Cling Windshield Banner:  $13.00
      Reverse Print Static Cling Windshield Banner: $15.00
      Shipping and Handling: $  5.00
      Transaction Charge - FREE Today! $  0.00

    Facebook Page Launched By North Texas Deputy State Captain
    Posted: 07/17/2015
    Fellow North Texas PGR,

    A Facebook business page has been launched and you are invited to visit it. Please note that the purpose of this page is purely social. NO MISSION INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED ON THE FACEBOOK PAGE. Please continue to use the North Texas PGR WEB site and Mission Calendar for your one and only trusted source for mission information.

    The Facebook page will be used for non-mission information, events, etc. We sometimes get invitations to events where Riders may wish to participate, but due to the work required, calendar space, and other considerations, we may not be able to post them on our WEB site. This gives us a place to post them where you can view them. It can also be used when we have events such as Meet and Greets. Events on Facebook let everyone choose if they are coming or not and let others view who's coming. I'm sure there are other possibilities, but bear with me as I am a Facebook rookie.

    Check it out by logging onto Facebook and searching for North Texas Patriot Guard Riders. Save as one of your favorites for easier navigation and hit the "like" button as well.

    Thanks,
    Bryan Read
    Deputy State Captain
    North Texas Patriot Guard Riders

    [NOTE:  The providers of our WEB and Information Technologies are not associated with any social media pages.  Anything posted there is strictly an independent venture.  For information, contact the provider of those pages.  We have never required our Riders to log on to anything, set up accounts, or supply personal information, nor do we share any information other than what is posted on our WEB site, which is privately hosted and VERY secure.]
    Purchases From Amazon Smile Earn Donations For PGR of Texas!
    Posted: 05/14/2015
    This is NOT a free advertisement for Amazon! This is simply letting PGR members know that, if they make purchases from Amazon in a specific way, Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase (0.5% of the purchase price) to the Patriot Guard Riders of Texas!  It may not sound like much, but added together, could be a significant amount of money.  The donations go to the Texas State Bank Account, not to any particular region.

    The next time you intend to make a purchase from Amazon, go to http://www.smile.amazon.com and put your selected  items into your cart as normal. Not all items qualify for the donation, but those that are should be marked "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation".   On your first visit to AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), you should select "Patriot Guard Riders of Texas" to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. They will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation.

    If you have any questions about this process, please contact Harold@ntxpgr.org. Remember to go to smile.amazon.com and not amazon.com.  Click on more information for additional documentation.
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    LATEST CASUALTIES REPORTED IN APRIL OF 2016

    1 AMERICAN PATRIOT REPORTEDLY HAS DIED THIS MONTH DEFENDING OUR FREEDOM
     Branch:
     AIR FORCE
    Age:
    22
    Country:
    Southwest Asia
    Operation Inherent Resolve
    Information Released:  .
    April 16, 2016  .
    The Department of Defense announced today the death of an airman who was supporting Operation Inherent Resolve.

    Airman First Class Nathaniel H. McDavitt, 22, of Glen Burnie, Maryland, died April 15 in Southwest Asia as a result of injuries sustained after extreme winds caused structural damage to the building in which the airman was working.

    He was assigned to the 52nd Equipment Maintenance Squadron at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany.

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