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Florida State Captain
David Shelton
David Shelton
Flyboy
Member since 04-26-2012
flsc@patriotguard.org
Recent and Upcoming Florida Missions
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Dec
7
Lamar Hodges
Stanton Lamar Hodges - Pe, Florida
Dec
7
Denny Smith
Denny Smith - Tallahassee, Florida
Dec
7
Robert Lee Hillard
Robert Lee Hillard - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
8
Snowball Express 2018
Snowball Express 2018 - Orlando, Florida
Dec
8
Snowball Express 2018
Snowball Express 2018 - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
8
William “Bill” Powell Sr.
William "Bill" Powell Sr. - Green Cove Springs, Florida
Dec
9
Harry L Trawick, Sr.
Harry L Trawick, Sr. - MULTI-CITY, MULTI-STATE
Dec
10
Earnest Winton Hamilton Sr
Earnest Winton Hamilton Sr - MULTI-CITY, Florida
Dec
10
Charles D. Scales
Charles D. Scales - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
10
Gordon Lawrence Ward
Gordon Lawrence Ward - MULTI-CITY, Florida
Dec
11
Richard Howard Timmerman
Richard Howard Timmerman - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
12
American Heroes
American Heroes - Bushnell, Florida
Dec
12
American Heroes
American Heroes - Sarasota, Florida
Dec
12
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Pierce, Florida
Dec
12
American Heroes
Amercian Heroes - Sarasota, Florida
Dec
13
Wreaths Across America – 2018
Wreaths Across America - Midway, Florida
Dec
14
Recognition of WWII Veterans
Recognition of WWII Veterans - Leesburg, Florida
Dec
14
Eugene Geil Kitchell
Eugene Geil Kitchell - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
14
George Anthony Askew
George Anthony Askew - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
14
Johnny Cody Crawford, Sr.
Johnny Cody Crawford, Sr. - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
14
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Pensacola, Florida
Dec
14
Anthony Frank Panico
Anthony Frank Panico - Bushnell, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - East Bradenton, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Seffner, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Edgewater, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - MULTI-CITY, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - MULTI-CITY, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - MULTI-CITY, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Cape Coral, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Tallahassee, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America 2018 - Royal Palm Beach, Florida
Dec
15
Wreaths Across America 2018
Wreaths Across America- Port St. Lucie - Port St. Lucie, Florida
Dec
16
U. S. Air Force Yellow Ribbon Ceremony
U. S. Air Force Yellow Ribbon Ceremony - Orlando, Florida

17 Comments

  1. Hello David
    The new PGR site is pretty but hard to use. Would love to see Florida state mission only and not have to click on each mission to see where it is located. It would be helpful if the procedure of finding things was more logical. Guess I am not doing things right. HELP

  2. Catherine,
    David didn’t design the site, and it’s all probably as new to him as to you. I’ll try to help you out. The State Pages are all a standard format at this point. There may be some customization some time in the future, but for now they all work the same.

    The “summaries” on the right side of the state pages show missions 7 days prior to the current date, and 7 days in the future. This is automatic (though the State Captain can request we change the lengths). The second line of that summary actually lists the location; however, in the case of multi-city missions, it will show that instead of the cities involved. There’s only so much room in the summary, so it cannot show all of the cities involved when there are more than one. If you follow the link that says “See All Florida Missions” you’ll be taken to the full month calendar screen that will demonstrate this a little better. Once there, roll your mouse over the other missions, and you’ll see that the cities are displayed. Also, as more missions are added (we’re catching up on them now), you’ll see the cities displayed when there is only one city.

  3. The new page is difficult to use, and read. I guess in time we will learn , I hope whoever is designing these, remember, most of us are getting old and not very computer literately!

  4. Is it possible to produce a users manual with “insider” information like Herbs comments above. Another possibility is for someone knowledgeable with the fine points of the new site to answer individual specific questions for leadership personnel. Possibly set a weekly live web chat with this knowledgeable individual(s) to answer “how to do it” questions for leadership. Anything would be better than us blindly trying to perform functions we used on the old site.

  5. Ron – I’m working on putting together some FAQs, and hope to have those done this weekend. Unfortunately, these things take time. However, the link the State Page is pretty prominent when a member logs in. It’s right under their name, right before the announcements.

  6. Is it just me or is the web site unsecure?? When I connect to the web site http://www.patriotguard.org it is proceeded by these letters and symbols in RED. Not secure https: (with a red line through the https) I sure won’t purchase from the store and will be careful how I navigate the site until this is corrected.

  7. I tried to open the PGR website on my phone, as I have for several weeks, but yesterday and today after I signed on and clicked on the official site button, which is how I have been signing into my account I went into the general area instead of showing my account name and the link to my state notices. When I tried to sign in at the sign in/register the only option was to register a new account

  8. Up at the top of the page it says “you are logged in as (whatever your name is)…/ “Go to your state page”. Click on that link and you should see all the missions scheduled.

    Hope this helps…I am a new member as of today so I am trying to find everything too!!

  9. I am a new member. I choose to stand in solidarity and humble honor of all veterans who have passed… Including those of my family. The first veteran in our family was William T. Houston, my fourth great-grandfather who fought in the Revolutionary War at the Battle of Yorktown and as a sharpshooter for the Continental Army, dispatched 3 British officers with his smooth-bore rifle. His service began an unbroken chain of service to our country. LONG LIVE SCOUT SNIPERS!

  10. Told by Snowball Express to update my profile. Is there a seperate profile page for that event? I have already passed the security check and at that time created a Snowball Express account but can’t find any way to get into that acct? There seems to be so many issues in Volunteering for Snowball 2018 in Orlando that many PGR Members are getting discouraged concerning involvement.
    Thx, Ron

  11. Loving the New Changes. I’ve been gone for a long while and had to change password, while all that learning how to navigate through these changes wasn’t all that bad,.

  12. Don’t have any problems with the site except very slow But it’s most likely my internet, but felt like writing something.

  13. HI there. Just joined. Looking for info on Jacksonville fl wreaths across america on 12.15. My CMA chapter has been selling wreaths all year, we will be there placing them at the cemetery. I would also like to be in the escort. Anyone have KSU info?

  14. 12.6.18, THANK YOU to PGR Honor Guard for letting me stand with you all today.
    Sadly, it was my friend’s father that passed away.
    And thank you for advising me about this site.
    (Cc: T-man, Henry, Blair)
    SALUTE !!!

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