SGT Dwayne D. Davis, 30 Iraq, Leavenworth,
KS 29 APR 08
Our Ride Captain for this mission was Doc.
Doc once again thanks for your leadership
and the job so very well done.
The morning started out very brisk as about
a dozen of us met at “Doc’s Coffee Shop” in
Lenexa, KS before heading to Leavenworth,
KS. In Leavenworth, we met up with several
other riders and the day warmed up to be a
very nice day with the sunshine. Totally we
had about thirty bikes and two trucks.
The bikes sounded and looked beautiful with
the big flags flying as they made their way
thru the rolling hills of the National
We set up flags and held a flag line for the
arrival of the friends and family of SGT
Davis. We held the flags in silence and
respect throughout the service. Hearing
America, The Beautiful played on the bells
in cemetery and Taps sounded really nice.
As the family was departing and we were
putting away the flags, we folded and
presented an American Flag to give to the
Grandmother of Sgt. Davis. We heard that
she was instrumental in his upbringing and
wanted her to have a flag from the services
in his honor.
Doc and Mechanic presented the family a
certificate signed by the Patriot Guard in
attendance. The certificate stated about
his military service awards and honors. It
also mentioned his tours of duty to Kosovo,
Afghanistan and two tours in Iraq.
In conclusion, I want to thank the friends
and family of Sgt. Davis, thank you for your
invitation for us to stand in honor of your
loved one and our American Soldier. We hope
our presence shows our support and help in
the healing process. You have our
To SGT Dwayne D. Davis, we thank you for
your devoted service to our Country. Rest
Sincerely and with Respect,
Doc’s Chief Scribe and Yeoman