Capt. Richard D. Clark, USN RET, died 21 Nov 2010 after a courageous struggle with multiple myeloma. Capt. Clark served in Naval Intelligence, Operation Desert Storm and as deputy director of intelligence, Joint Task Force, Southwest Asia.  Upon his retirement in 2000, Capt. Clark served over 42 years.

Captain Clark is to be buried on the hallowed grounds of Arlington National Cemetery on 06 May 2011 at approximately 1100 hours from the Administration Building.

PGR has been invited to attend the services, and we will be there to stand tall silent and proud in honor of this American Hero, his family, friends and comrades at arms.

Friday, May 06, 2011

0945 – Stage at IWO

1000 – brief

1015 – Transit to ANC Admin Bldg.

1100 — Graveside ANC (Time Approx)


Staging Location:

United States Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima)

George Washington Memorial Parkway

Arlington, VA


Ride Captain:  Sid “Deacon” Marcus  301-843-8546 res 301-535-6817 cell


Iron Horses preferred, cages welcome as always.

Mounted large flags preferred for the Escort (furl upon ANC parking).

Military mandated ID / gear NOT required for this mission.

Dress & hydrate accordingly – Check the weather:

Remember we are here to honor the Hero and family, friends, and

comrades-in-arms, and to stand tall, silent and proud.  If you cannot

join us, please set aside a moment of silence at the appointed hour,

to reflect on their sacrifice.


More ANC – PGR Info:




Stacy “Conundrum” Conkin

Patriot Guard Riders # 55396  (joined 9/11/06)
Assistant State Captain, Arlington National Cemetery
Ride Captain – VA District 9