Bastrop – Wounded Warrior Home Presentation, Bastrop, TX, 14 JUN 2018

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    See important updates below.

    The Texas Sentinel Foundation is a charitable organization based in Houston which provides custom-built, mortgage-free homes to Texas wounded warrior heroes and their families. The PGR has been invited to participate in the presentation of a home in Bastrop for Medal of Honor recipient, Staff Sergeant Ty M. Carter.

    Read about SSG Carter's commendation here:

    Date/Time: Thursday, 14 June 2018. Home presentation scheduled for 11 am.

    Staging Location: Bucees in Bastrop, 1700 TX-71, Bastrop, TX 78602. This Bucees is located NE corner of Hwy 71 & Hwy 95. PARK ON THE SOUTH END OF THE PROPERTY closest to Hwy 71
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    9:45 – 10:15 am – Staging
    10:15 am – Briefing
    KSU as determined by the RC and LEO for the approx. 15 min ride to the home.

    Wx: Hi 95 deg, sunny

    Ride Captain: Mark Wells, 512-470-0380,
    Flag Wrangler: Don Ferguson

    Notes: Arrive fed, fueled, and hydrated. Sunscreen recommended. Bring water for yourself and for a friend. Arrive ON TIME for the briefing. Fly your big flags! We will have an opportunity to meet SSG Carter and his family at the staging and join an LEO escorted ride up Hwy 95 to the home site. The home is about halfway between Bastrop and Elgin. Upon arrival we will quickly dismount and form a flag line for the presentation ceremony.

    Join us for this unique opportunity to honor the service and sacrifice of a recipient of America's highest military honor.


    Great mission today with Medal of Honor recipient SSG Ty Carter. We had 14 in the flag line at the house for the presentation ceremony. We got to visit with Ty and his father at the staging at Bucees beforehand. We were honored to meet an American Hero, and he really is a friendly, easy going guy.

    Bastrop Sheriff's Dept did a great job of escorting us up Hwy 95 and over to the home site. And Don was ready with the flags once again.

    A shout out to Marc Mulkey who was instrumental in getting the PGR involved in this mission. God Bless SSG Carter, his family, and the Texas Sentinels Foundation for the work they do for our injured warriors.


    As a note for anyone reading this mission thread, Netflix has a series entitled “Medal of Honor” which describes the heroic actions of SSGT Ty Carter in episode 8 of season 1.

    Keith Rabun

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