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Terrance J. Tague, Army Vietnam Era Veteran, IGNC, 7 NOV 16


Nov 16


Terrance J Tague

United States Army Vietnam Era Veteran

7 NOV 2016

Indiantown Gap, PA


The staff of Indiantown Gap National Cemetery has informed the Patriot Guard Riders that Vietnam Era Army Veteran Terrance J Tague has passed with no known family.  We have been asked to stand to honor his service to our nation as he is interred with full military honors at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Monday, November 7.  We will be there to ensure that Terrance gets the honor he deserves as he goes to his final rest.  Terrance Tague was a patriot who served our country with honor and now it’s our turn to stand and honor him.


INTERMENT:  IGNC, Monday November 7 at 0930 HRS

Indiantown Gap National Cemetery



Staging: 0900 HRS


Stage at the parking lot opposite the rear of the PA Memorial, (turn left at the US Flag Circle).  DO NOT PROCEED TO COMMITTAL SITE WITHOUT PERMISSION.


NOTE: Concealed carry permits are NOT recognized on military installations and federal reservations. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery is a federal reservation. Do not bring weapons or hazardous materials to this mission.


RCIC:  Steve Vassar, SRC-Region 8


Phone:  717-648-0095



2 Responses to “Terrance J. Tague, Army Vietnam Era Veteran, IGNC, 7 NOV 16”

  1. Richard N Stephens Jr

    Terrance J Tague is my Uncle. I would like to thank you for standing for him. I was just informed today, 12/3/2016 of his passing. Thank you again for all you do for us Veterans of this great country!!

  2. Allison M. Gillespie

    I/we never knew there were people like you that did these things. You are amazing. I am speaking on behalf of 3 of his family members whom just found out of his passing (3/2017). We cant even fathom missing his funeral if any of us had known. For you to stand in for us, is as heroic as Terrance was. I think most of his family has been left scratching their head’s on how we were informed so delayed, our sorrow will never change. But to think that you were the person(s) that stood in our place and honored him, can relieve an inkling of guilt we are feeling, its so nice to know you honored him the way he deserved. P.G.R.P are angels!!! Thank you for ALL your services, fighting for our freedom and representing!! You are truly amazing people. My family is very thankful you were there, when we were not.

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