u.s military vets mc tx-3

FORT WORTH, TEXAS

Objectives

The Club as a national organization strives to achieve the following objectives:

To provide a club for qualified Military Veterans, which offers brotherhood and an opportunity to 1) Establish relationships with other Military Veterans who have served in the defense of the United States of America.

2) To establish and support a strong sense of Pride in having served in the active military service of the United States of America.

3) To improve the image of Military Veterans and Bikers to the general public.

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CLUB HISTORY

The US Military Vets Motorcycle Club “MC” was established in 1987, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The club is incorporated in the State of Florida as a not-for-profit organization.


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

1. Have a DD-214 (Honorable Discharge with full veteran benefits) and have served 181 days or more of active duty. (Reserve or National Guard members can count active duty for training and the required “two-week” summer camp for time served.) Also if you are on active duty (Reserve & National Guard included) at this time with 181 days of service you may qualify.

2. Have a VALID Motorcycle Operators License.

3. Have a Motorcycle of 750cc or larger (in safe running condition)

 


CONTACT INFO

If you live in the Fort Worth area and are interested in our club, please contact us at: usmvmctx3@yahoo.com

WHO ARE WE

The USMVMC is a true three-piece patch Motorcycle Club. We are an association of veterans, a Club of bikers, a band of brothers. We are recognized and respected by other MCs both locally and nationally. We support each other, and recognize that each member has family and professional obligations, and expect that our members meet those priorities in a mature and responsible manner. We have two common bonds; First, we are Motorcyclists. Second, we have honorably served this nation and stood in harm’s way to defend her. We are not solely a veteran’s organization, such as the VFW (though many of us are life members). We come to the plate knowing about such things as loyalty, duty, and sacrifice. We learned these things in uniform. Here we find a place to consistently encounter those things we value most that we did when on Active Duty:

respect, camaraderie, unity, and brotherhood.