Reported by Sergeant Gary Burleigh (Breeze)

In Honor of Don Coyote Perotti on his last ride

1st Sgt. Mike Jesse James Pierce and his son Nathan flagging graves in Fannin County Texas

July 2nd Lt. Chaplain Tony Preacher Current held a weekend Gospel and worship retreat at his Church in Votaw Texas.

He also held a ride for anyone who wanted to ride with him. Joining him and getting our colors out there were Lt.Scotty Lewis,

 Glenn G man Thornton, Sgt. Thomas Yoda Glenn. And Sgt. Gary Breeze Burleigh We had a great ride out to the Big Thicket Welcome

 Center by Kunze Texas and Back to the church where Tony's lovey wife had fixed us burgers and refreshments.

1st Sgt. Mike Jesse James Pierce, Lt Charley Smith, John Kirkpatrick, Gerry Saterwhite, Mark Carpenter,

Chuck Walsh, and Larry Mikell in Greenville at site of Lt. Alexander Cameron grave site and monument.

This is a " Good" Young Rebel. The Utmost Respect to his Mom and Dad and Grandparents for raising him right

The Beautiful wife of 2nd Platoon Sgt. Dave Hillbilly Guise Mrs. Brenda found out there's a little piece of Texas in almost

 every Southern State. Here's Brenda admiring a monument in Mississippi dedicated to our Great Lone Star State.

Sgt. Dave Hillbilly Guise presenting The Calvary Flag to the General.


Reported by Color Sgt. Blade “ShortRound” Cooper

1st Battalion Company A

Troopers David Risner #4391, Kevin Blalock #4392, and Benny Thrasher #4390

being sworn into 1A 2nd Platoon. Congratulations and Welcome Brothers!

Trooper Michael Springer #4393 after being sworn into 1A 2nd Platoon! Welcome brother!

Trooper Mark “Professor” Jones slaying the Dragon!

Color Sgt. Blade “ShortRound” Cooper of 1A and Sgt Randy “Doc” Myrick of 1I in front

of the 51st Tennessee’s regimental colors at Shiloh National Military Park.

Tow Truck Memorial Ride for the Flags. Thank you to the Newbern Moose Lodge and the Dyersburg Moose Lodge

 for their donations! Also thank you to Christy Stover who won the 50/50 and donated the money back! Also a

 special thanks to the OCR’s Mary Ann Bell Chapter for their assistance on this ride! Thanks to all who came and braved the heat!

L-R: Traci “Yank” Spears, 2nd Lt. Spike Spears, Trooper Jason Goodwin, Stephanie Goodwin, Trooper Dane “Squatch” Clark,

Sgt. Wayne Gibson. Kneeling: Trooper Mark “Professor” Jones. They were taking on the Tail of the Dragon and cruising in the

Smokey Mountains during the 1A Ho-Down!

Reported by Donald Gaines (hippy)

Article submitted by Angie Womack

1G South Squad - July 2022

SCVMC1G South Squad held the 3rd annual Magnolia Run Saturday July 16th. Lots of planning and work goes in to

making a statewide ride come together. Thank you to Reggie Switzer and his team for pulling together and

making this run another successful event for the 1G. This event started 3 years ago as just an idea and is hosted by

different Squads year to year. The 1st stop was a visit to the Marion County Museum. This county is so rich in

history since well before the war of northern aggression all the way up to recent past. The 2nd stop was just as rich

in history referred to as the Ford Home. While on our way to the next stop we were confronted with a decision

to try to dodge a huge storm, so we decided to forego the last stop and head back to the campsite. We almost

made it without getting soaked (almost). We had a great time visiting our brothers and sisters from the other

areas of our beautiful rich in history state.

Staging up for the ride after the safety briefing and prayer

Staging up for the ride after the safety briefing and prayer

Leaving the campground heading to the 1st  stop at the Marion County Museum

The Ford Home and the MC resting and cooling off under the beautiful trees on the property.

We had a tour of the home and then we had lunch provided by the South Squad.

One of the items in the museum

MC browsing through the museum. Something has Captain Nelms attention.

 Museum was full of interesting items.