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The Patriot - A Tribute to the Corps

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This three-minute slideshow keyed to the Marine Corps Hymn is a tour of a custom painted Honda Gold Wing dedicated to the rich traditions of the U.S. Marine Corps. Owned and ridden by a retired U.S. …

This three-minute slideshow keyed to the Marine Corps Hymn is a tour of a custom painted Honda Gold Wing dedicated to the rich traditions of the U.S. Marine Corps. Owned and ridden by a retired U.S. Marine.

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  • 1. THE PATRIOT – A Tribute to the Corps www.TheAmericanJourney.bike
  • 2. Introducing “THE PATRIOT” 2008 Honda GL1800 Gold Wing with Lehman Monarch II Trike Conversion
  • 3. Owned & designed by: Walter Gary Sharp, Sr. Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired Built by: Outdoor MotorSports Bill Hearne, Operating Manager Spearfish, South Dakota Custom Painting by: Garwood Custom Cycles – Superbike Specialists Steve Garwood, Manager; Joe Cochran, Artist Lexington, North Carolina
  • 4. THE PATRIOT – A Tribute to the Corps Draped by a U.S. flag, THE PATRIOT salutes fallen veterans as it passes by Quantico National Cemetery during its daily commute to the Pentagon. The Eagle, Globe, and Anchor on its nose cone reminds everyone that U.S. Marines are always the first to land – the first to fight. The collage of the U.S. Constitution, the Capitol, and the Supreme Court on its gas tank highlights our sworn duty – to protect and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. The raising of the U.S. flag at Iwo Jima on the tail trunk epitomizes the courage of the Corps – that uncommon valor is a common virtue among Marines. And one of the many quotes that decorate THE PATRIOT reminds the world that there is no better friend and no worse enemy than a United States Marine.
  • 5. THE PATRIOT – A Tribute to the Corps www.TheAmericanJourney.bike @AmJourney Semper Fidelis