Patriot Guard Riders of Arizona
Upcoming Arizona Missions
|27 Mar 15||CONFIRMED||Gary Pennebaker, US Army, Vietnam Veteran, Phoenix, AZ, Friday, 27 MAR 2015
|27 Mar 15||CONFIRMED||Charles D. Newton II, US Army, Scottsdale, AZ, Friday, 27 MAR 2015
|27 Mar 15||CONFIRMED||Patrick McDonnell, CW2 (Ret) USA, Vietnam Era, Friday, 27 Mar 2015, Sierra Vista, AZ
|28 Mar 15||CONFIRMED|| Eucher Eli Fatout, US Army, WWII, New River, AZ, Saturday, 28 MAR 2015
|28 Mar 15||CONFIRMED||MIAP Southern AZ, Tucson, AZ, Saturday, 28 MAR 2015
|28 Mar 15||CONFIRMED|| Lewina Aguirre, US Army, Tucson, AZ, 28 MAR 2015
|28 Mar 15||SPECIAL EVENT||Veteran's Recognition Pow-Wow, Scottsdale, AZ, 27-29 MAR 2015
|29 Mar 15||WELCOME HOME||Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day, Clarkdale, AZ, 29 MAR 2015
|17 Apr 15||SPECIAL EVENT||PGR Meet and Greet, Albuquerque, NM, 17-19 APR 2015
|25 May 15||MEMORIAL|| 1st ANNUAL HONOR & REMEMBER MEMORIAL DAY EVENT, PRESCOTT VALLEY, AZ - Monday, 25 MAY 2015
|07 Aug 15||SPECIAL EVENT|| PGR Utah Gathering of the Guard, Torrey, UT, 7-9 AUG 2015
Come Join Us
We don’t care what you ride, what your political views are, or
whether you’re a “hawk” or a “dove”. It is not a requirement to be a veteran. It
doesn’t matter where you’re from or what your station in life is. You don’t even
have to ride a motorcycle. All we ask is that you bring your heart and join us
in showing respect for those who have served our country. We do many types of
missions and have many opportunities for people to become involved. Come see us
in action, and we guarantee you’ll experience the same feelings that have
brought us all together to honor our troops.
You will need to register on
this site if you wish to receive email updates on upcoming activities of the
Patriot Guard Riders in Arizona. If you just want to read the mission
information, you will not need to register. To register on this website, click
on “register” at the top of this page.
The Patriot Guard Riders is an
IRS-approved 501(c)(3) charitable organization. We are not a protest or
counter-protest group. In fact, we shy away from politics as much as possible.
We are not a motorcycle club or “gang”.
We do have a “chain of command” that includes a State Captain, 5 Assistant State
Captains and multiple Ride Captains. We also have a “Help on the Homefront”
(HOTH) coordinator, a Native American Liaison, and a Military Liaison. For every
mission we perform, we attempt to have someone act as the “Ride Captain” who is
there to coordinate activities and ensure the mission runs as smoothly as
For more information about the Patriot Guard Riders and
what we do, please see the national web page at
encourage you to also maintain a membership on the National website and to post
your condolences to the friends and family of our fallen there.
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