Carl A Smith, Veteran
USA – WWII
Yacolt, Washington – 12-13-19
ABOUT THE MISSION:
We will stand a flag line to honor Carl A Smith’s service to our nation. Carl was drafted into the US Army March 13 1943, he trained at Fort Knox KY and then shipped out on a Liberty Ship to France. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge where he was awarded a Silver Star for Valor in Combat by taking on a German Tiger tank with his squad and 88mm artillery piece. He was also awarded a Purple Heart, and several freedom medals from both France and England. Carl was Honorably Discharged November 17, 1945 at the rank of Staff Sergeant, He was a shining example of the kind of man we now refer to with reverence as the Greatest Generation. Please join with us as we ride, stand and honor a True American Hero.
PRIMARY STAGING DETAILS: 12-13-19
Staging Time: 9:30am
Yacolt Trading Post315 N Amboy Ave,
Yacolt, Washington 98675
Chuck Lashley firstname.lastname@example.org 360-747-1958SV: Judy “Gabby” Hagen
We will provide a Rolling Honor Guard in Missing Man Formation to the cemetery and Flagline at the graveside.
10:00 AM – Briefing
10:15 AM – KSU to mission location
10:30 AM – Flag Line in place
11:00 AM – Service begins
SPECIAL NOTICE: There will be a group ride to the staging location, departing the Woodland Oak Tree Restaurant 1020 Atlantic Ave. Woodland WA 98674 at 09:00AM
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
If you have large bike flags, please bring them.
Water will be provided.
Submitted By: chuck lashley
Position: Washington Ride Captain
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