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Honor Mission
Jordan Hyde, Veteran
USA – Vietnam
Maple Valley, Washington – 09-24-19


Sergeant Jordan Hyde served in the US Army from 1966 to 1969 and was a Special Forces Green Beret. The Sergeant received the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Overseas Service Medal with 2 stars, Expert M16 Badge and the Parachute Badge. After his active service, he worked in construction as a carpenter. The Sergeant enjoyed fishing and was an avid fly fisherman. Jordan had 4 children and 15 grandchildren and would have been married 49 years this week. Please come out and Honor this HERO and pay our respects to his family.

Staging Time: 10:30 am

23225 Maple Valley Black Diamond Rd
Maple Valley, Washington 98038

Ride Captain:

Dean Thiem ( 360-969-1755)
Erik Eisenberg <
SV— Veronica Port, 206-497-8796

Special Instructions:

10:15 AM – RC/SV arrive
10:30 AM – Riders arrive and sign in
10:45 AM – Mission Brief
11:00 AM – KSU
11:15 AM – Arrive service location, set flag line
11:30 – Service begins
12:00 or completion of service, break down flag line and debrief
Please join us in honoring another of our Nations Heroes
Weather is forecast to be in the 60s with some clouds There is no shame riding in a cage
Flags & Water:
Flags will be provided
Large Bike Flags will NOT be needed.
Water will be provided.

Submitted By: Dean Thiem
Position: Washington Ride Captain

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September 24, 2019
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Jordan Hyde Comment

  1. 7 Patriots arrived at the staging location. They were all seasoned veterans of many flag lines so briefing was short and to the point. Ride to cemetery was uneventful. Static flags and flag line were set in plenty of time. As the family was about to arrive, we were asked to provide assistance with pall bearers. 2 Patriots stepped up to handle the task and the transfer from hearse to cart was uneventful. Appropriate honors were rendered at the appropriate times. Debrief was held. The family was most appreciative of our attendance and thankful for the beautiful plaque they were presented with. No unusual events to report.

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