Reported by Lt. Mike (Jackal) Lanford
SCVMC SOUTH STATE MEETING IN CANOE ALABAMA
Trooper Joey Beech receiving his SCVMC Member Certificate from Capt Pat Mcmurry.
L-R: Trooper Joey Beech, Capt Pat Mcmurry
Sgt Brian (Snake) Anderson receiving his Hold The Line Award from Capt Pat Mcmurry.
L-R: Sgt Brian (Snake) Anderson, Capt Pat Mcmurry.
INZER MUSEUM EVENT AND RIDE IN ASHVILLE
L-R: Shannon (Salsa Momma) Lanford, Lt Mike (Jackal) Lanford, Lt Howard (Duck) Wallace, Lisa (Lil Bit) Wallace.
L-R: Shannon (Salsa Momma) Lanford, Lt Mike (Jackal) Lanford,
Lt Howard (Duck) Wallace, Lisa (Lil Bit) Wallace.
TANNEHILL IRONWORKS HISTORICAL STATE PARK TRADE DAYS 10/16/21- 10/17/21
L-R: Capt Pat Mcmurry, Wildmans Bodyguard (Chevy), Sgt Wildman Wilson.
DIXIE HERITAGE PARK WORK DAY VALLEY HEAD ALABAMA 10/2/21
Reported by Sgt. Major Mac - 2nd Battalion, A Company
On September 25 the 4th Platoon had its monthly meeting. Once again we were honored to meet at Violet Bank!
Newly anointed Sergeant Heath started us off in prayer. Afterward we discussed various aspects of holding a local
poker run with stops at local historic spots! This is a great idea for our area and we hope to have something together by spring.
Our host for the day was Ms. Wendy who gave us a nice little history on Violet Bank as well as the continuing efforts
to restore various parts of this beautiful old home that was once the Headquarters of General Robert E Lee. Violet Bank
is now a museum located in Colonial Heights, VA and welcomes us with open arms. Ms. Wendy took an application
to join the Sally Tompkins Chapter Order of the Confederate Rose.
4th Platoon Group Picture
Reported by 13th Platoon Sgt. Cannon Ball Tabor / WV)
On September 26, Chaplain Clate Dolinger hosted the 13 th Platoon at Mtn.
Lake for their
monthly meeting. Good times were had by all and it was a beautiful day.
13 th Platoon group picture
Reported by 11th Platoon Sgt. Bill Leighton
On September 26 at the Saltville Battlefield Overlook, 11th Platoon trooper Jim Winebarger was promoted
to Corporal and two new troopers were inducted into the SCVMC, 2A 11 th Platoon.
Welcome troopers TJ
Taylor #4141 and Kelvin Davenport #4183! Please welcome our new brother!
11 th Platoon Sgt. Bill Leighton, Derek Snodgrass, TJ Taylor, Kelvin Davenport, Shannon Lowery, Cpl. Jim Winebarger.
11 th Platoon Cpl. Jim Winebarger
Reported by 2-A 1Lt Terry Jones)
We had a great ride, 2096 miles round trip in 5 days and a lot of hard riding. We went to 9 states counting Va.
We went to 3 major battlefields and a Courthouse monument in Ky. There were a few bumps along the way, but everyone is
home safe and sound. I would really like to thank 7 th Platoon Sgt. Sammy for going with me and my Brother Scott and
James from the 4 th
platoon for going also. It meant a lot to me and we had a great time.
Sgt. Sammy, James, Scott, 1Lt Terry
Reported by 2-A 2Lt Leon Lowe “Parasite”)
On October 3 rd the 1st platoon held their meeting and enjoyed the fellowship. Sgt. Tom Wright, Cpl. Larry “Road Rash”,
Scout Corporal Andrew, Neil Russell, and Carl Tomlin all attended. It was a pleasure to have Andrew’s wife April at our
meeting along with
their two boys, James and Eric.
Neil Russell, Sgt. Tom Wright , Cpl. Road Rash ,Carl Tomlin, 2-A 2Lt Leon Lowe Scout Cpl. Andrew
(Originally Reported by Cannon Ball Tabor)
Welcome to our newest member to 13th Platoon. Richard Lockhart "Enforcer".
Congratulations to the 10 th platoon on organizing such a great event for a nice young man named Rylan!
Andy Schindler, Mark Harman and the 10 th Platoon worked with local businesses to collect monetary
donations, items for raffles and organized a ride all to raise money for a 5-year-old boy named Rylan. Rylan even
got to join the ride, riding along not on 2 wheels, but in a pretty cool Street Rod. Their good deed did not go unnoticed
and they made the
WHSV Channel 3 news spreading all the good that the SCVMC is doing in
Local celebrities, Cpl. Andy Schindler and Sgt. Mark Harman of the 10 th Platoon
Reported by Andy Schindler)
A big thanks to everyone who showed up & or donated to Rylan’s Ride Charity event. It was held to raise money for
the family of Rylan, who lost part of his leg in a lawnmower accident. What an awesome day this was for everyone.
When it was all said and done we handed the family just over $4,000. The family members and Rylan were blown
away by our support and the support of the biker community. The 10 th Platoon also gave him a blanket that
was made and
donated by brother Todd. He sewed every stitch by himself and it looks
Everybody who helped, even a little, deserves a huge pat on the ass. This is us at our best. I'm so proud and honored
to have had a small part in this. If you could've met this young man and seen the smile on his face today....
that alone, was worth
10 th Platoon blanket that was sewn by trooper Tom and then given to Rylan.
Rylan and 10 th Platoon trooper Tom
Reported by 2-A 31st Platoon Cpl. Ray Belcher / WV)
I represented the SCVMC by participating in the Think Pink Ride put on by the Valkyries Ladies Club. This is a cancer
benefit ride and this year over 90 bikes from several different clubs were in attendance. I donated a gift card on
behalf of the 2-A 31 st to this great cause. Great ride, great cause. Deo Vindici.
(Originally Reported by Cpl. Andy Schindler)
On October 16 th, 10th Platoon was at Stonewall Jackson Cemetery in Lexington.
We were painting Southern Crosses of Honor for our Confederate Patriots. The color gray was for the brave
men who survived the
war and black was those who, regretfully, didn’t survive the war.
Another exciting event held that day was The Order of Confederate Rose chartered a new chapter! They will be the
Mary Anna Jackson
chapter and are being sponsored by The Stonewall Brigade.
Cpl Andy Schindler and Sgt Mark Harman+ painting crosses at Stonewall Jackson Cemetery.
Order of the Confederate Rose - Rosie, Wendy, & Blair
reported by 7th Platoon Sgt. Sammy Boone)
The 8 th Platoon had a Brunswick Stew on the 16 th in Chatham Va. 7 th Platoon brothers Cpl. Squirrel,
Cpl. Weenie, and Sgt. Sammy all rode down to fellowship and to enjoy some stew at the same time.
It was great to see our brothers and their family and friends. Ret. Captain Robert and his son Robert.
reported by 2-A Captain Joey Taylor)
We recently had signs removed from our monument. The signs were all about the upcoming referendum concerning
the removal of monuments. A witness came forward stating that they saw the person. An affidavit was filed charging the
person with removing a political sign pertaining to an upcoming election. The person charged was Mike Rowe, Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors
for Mathews County!
The members of the Lane-Armstead Camp and the Mechanized Cavalry 5 th Platoon will remain
loyal to our Confederate ancestors who can no longer speak for themselves.