MSG Charles L. Price III, 40, KIA, US Army, Cameron, TX, 27 AUG 2011

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    MSG Charles L. Price III, 40, KIA, US Army, Cameron, TX

    Funeral and Interment Mission

    The family of MSG Charles L. Price III has requested the participation of the PGR in his funeral and interment services. MSG Price was killed in action 22 August in Kandahar province when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device. He was assigned to Headquarters Company, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, Fort Carson, CO.

    Information regarding the airport recovery portion of this mission can be found at

    Date/Time: Saturday, 27 August 2011. Funeral service scheduled for 11:00 am.

    Location: First Baptist Church, 400 W. Main Street, Cameron, TX. Burial to follow at Cameron Rest Cemetery. Map link for those not riding with the Austin group:

    Austin Staging Location: McDonalds, 608 W Hwy 79, Hutto, TX. Map link:
    Directions: This McDonalds is on Hwy 79, approx. 1 mi east of the Hwy 79/SH130 interchange on the north side of the hwy.

    8:00 – 8:35 am staging
    8:35 am briefing
    8:45 am KSU for 55 mile ride to the church in Cameron.

    Wx: Partly Cloudy, Low 76, high 106 deg F. Do no underestimate the effect of riding in this heat. Bring and drink plenty of water. Freeze a couple bottles the night before.

    Notes: Arrive fed, fueled, and hydrated. We will form a flag line 35-40 min prior to the start of the funeral. At the conclusion of the funeral service there will be an LEO escorted procession to the cemetery, where we will stand a second flag line for the interment service.

    Ride Captain: Keith Longacre,, 512-751-8955
    Asst. Ride Captain: Sam Warren
    Flag Wrangler: Bob Binkley

    Please make plans to honor the service and ultimate sacrifice of MSG Price who selflessly gave his life in service to our country.


    We will be bringing riders from the Brazos Valley to honor this hero.


    Looking forward to meeting all of U from Brazos Valley. B sure to intro yourselves to me when U get there. There is a parking lot X from church that has shade trees.
    We will be parking there (4 bikes per space.) So 1st 2 bikes will park back to front with the rest following suit down the line.


    See y'all in the morning.


    Once again, you men & women of the PGR have shown your best for one of our fallen heros & his family. In one of the hottest days of the year, U stood firm in the flag line. It never ceases to amaze me how much U are willing to go through to render such amazing respect & honors. U make an incredible difference in the lives of those we serve. Thank U is just not enough for what U do, but THANK U, THANK U, THANK U!
    We had 59 bikes & 6 cages. Members came from as far away as Houston & Beeville with units from Austin, Centex & Brazos Valley. We even had a GOLD STAR MOM stand tall with us inspite of how difficult it was for her. We are all very proud of you & all GS parents that stand our ranks.
    Again, Thank you all so very much especially from those of us who are VN vets.


    you all are a great bunch,wished i could have attended

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