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Vietnam Veterans Memorial The Moving Wall /13 September 2018 / Coudersport, PA

Vietnam Veterans
The Moving Wall
13 September 2018
Coudersport, PA

The Patriot Guard Riders have been invited to Escort then Stand In Honor for the arrival of The Moving Wall, replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The Moving Wall is a 1/2 size replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington DC which has been touring the country for thirty plus years.

When John Devitt attended the 1982 Dedication in Washington D.C., he felt the positive power of “The Wall” He vowed to share that experience with those who did not have the opportunity to go.

“The Wall” went on display for the first time in Tyler, Texas October 1984, and two structures of The Moving Wall now travel the USA from April through November “The Wall, To Honor and To Remember All Fallen Heroes lost and their sacrifices that were made during the Vietnam War.

This is a multi-segmented Mission, Members can attend all of a Mission or any part of the Mission. PGR sets no time for a Member to Stand and or Escort for a Mission. We Thank You for whatever time you give us, and the families of our Heroes appreciate your time.

Thursday,13 September 2018

Staging: Approximately 8:00 AM
Morgan Advanced Materials (Pure Carbon)
1118 E 2nd St, Coudersport, PA 16915

Briefing: 8:30 AM

9:00 AM

Carp Park

105 W 7th St

Re Staging: 4:15 PM

At Carp Park on the Field Track just to the left of the field entrance.

Flag Line: 4:40pm

For the Opening Ceremony of “The Moving Wall” will last about 1.5hrs. The Ceremony will include a guest speaker from the Pentagon, local and state officials,the presentation and setting by family members, of wreaths for the 9 KIA Potter County residence listed on the Wall.

Volunteers needed to assist in erecting and preparing The Moving Wall for display.

The Moving Wall will be on display from 13 September-17 September 2018

Please Watch The Weather, Dress Accordingly, Hydrate & Bring Your 3X5 Handheld Flags.

RCIC: Tony Mingo

(412) 215-1496

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