Tribute To Fallen Soldiers Northwest
Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride
Honoring A1C Austin Timothy Davis
U.S. Air Force & First Responder
23 July 2021
The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited by Tribute To Fallen Heroes Northwest and the family of A1C Austin Timothy Davis, a U.S. Air Force serviceman & First Responder, to stand in silent honor for a memorial in honor of Austin.
Tribute To Fallen Soldiers Northwest is a group of passionate, dedicated and caring individuals, (veterans and everyday American’s) who ride their motorcycles each summer from Oregon to Arlington National Cemetery to honor and pay tribute to America’s Fallen Servicemen. One their route, stopping to honor hometown Fallen Heroes in each state. When they reach Arlington, a Memorial in their honor before they blow out the Memorial Flame that has been lit since the Opening Ceremony in Oregon, Lighting of the Memorial Flame.
Tribute To Fallen Soldiers Northwest extends their heartfelt gratitude to the Gold Star families and the families of every fallen servicemen across the United States to remind them their fallen hero will never be forgotten.
In 2018, Austin proudly enlisted into the United States Air Force and graduated from Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Austin was currently serving as an Airman First Class at Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California, where he had been living for the past 18 months.
Austin was attached to the 412th Operations Support Squadron, a Host Aviation Resource Management Apprentice, managing the flight records and authorizations for all of the United States Air Force flight test organizations. Austin’s efforts were a critical support function that enabled six thousand test flights per year, resulting in the testing and fielding of cutting edge capabilities which assure the defense of our Republic.
Austin also enjoyed civil service,as a Volunteer Firefighter of the Pleasant Gap Fire Company, Citizens Hook & Ladder Milesburg Fire Company No. 1 and Austin followed his family’s tradition of being a member of the Logan Fire Company No. 1.
After sharing Austin’s PGRCA/PGRPA Pony Express Mission, Warren Williamson with Tribute To Fallen Soldiers Northwest reached out wanting to include The Davis Family on a Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride for 2021.
Please join us to honor Austin and all Fallen Heroes that are being honored with him.
Friday, 23 July 2021
Alternate Staging: 11:30 AM
American Legion Post #893
401 High Street, Milesburg, PA 18853
KSU: 11:45 AM
Staging: 12:45 PM
SAPP Brothers Clearfield Truck Stop
15196 Clearfield Shawville Hwy, Clearfield, PA 16830
KSU: 2:00 PM
Memorial @ 3:00 PM
Pleasant Gap Fire Company Carnival Grounds
475 Robinson lane
Pleasant Gap PA 16823
For those who would like to assist with the Memorial Torch Ride, with final destination to Arlington National Cemetery, All Are Welcome.
Also, times are subject to change, so please check back on the mission post before planning your day.
Members can attend all of a mission or any part of the mission. PGR sets no time for a member to escort and or stand a mission. We Thank you for whatever time you give us and the families of our heroes appreciate your time.
Before heading out please watch the weather, dress accordingly and bring your 3 X 5 hand held American flags.
Jeremy “Barnyard” Barnard
Assisting: Jim Franklin