• FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders from New Mexico and Texas deliver the goods Sept. 20 to Judith Markelz, program director, Warrior and Family Support Center.  Riders from N.M. and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and gift cards for Wounded Warriors at the WFSC. Legion Riders collected clothing, toiletries, books and DVDs, along with gift cards to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and Wal-Mart stores, for wounded service members. Riders from Jemez Springs, Grants, Roswell, Silver City, Tularosa, Carlsbad, Alamogordo and Albuquerque, N.M., made the long trip, along with one rider from Apache Junction, Ariz., and several from Converse, Texas. Riders also collected for the Fisher Houses at Fort Sam Houston and Lackland Air Force Base.
(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Keith Anderson, Army North PAO)

    Show the goods

    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders from New Mexico and Texas deliver the goods Sept. 20 to Judith Markelz, program director, Warrior and Family Support Center. Riders from N.M. and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver...

  • FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and gift cards for Wounded Warriors at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Legion Riders collected clothing, toiletries, books and DVDs, along with gift cards to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and Wal-Mart stores, for wounded service members. Riders from Jemez Springs, Grants, Roswell, Silver City, Tularosa, Carlsbad, Alamogordo and Albuquerque, N.M., made the long trip, along with one rider from Apache Junction, Ariz., and several from Converse, Texas. Riders also collected for the Fisher Houses at Fort Sam Houston and Lackland Air Force Base.
(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Keith Anderson, Army North PAO)

    Grand entrance

    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and gift cards for Wounded Warriors at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Legion Riders...

  • FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders palletize diapers Sept. 20 that they collected for the families of Wounded Warriors.  Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and gift cards for Wounded Warriors at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Legion Riders collected clothing, toiletries, books and DVDs, along with gift cards to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and Wal-Mart stores, for wounded service members. Riders from Jemez Springs, Grants, Roswell, Silver City, Tularosa, Carlsbad, Alamogordo and Albuquerque, N.M., made the long trip, along with one rider from Apache Junction, Ariz., and several from Converse, Texas. Riders also collected for the Fisher Houses at Fort Sam Houston and Lackland Air Force Base.
(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Keith Anderson, Army North PAO)

    Free diapers

    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - American Legion Riders palletize diapers Sept. 20 that they collected for the families of Wounded Warriors. Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and...

  • FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Maryann Murphy and her Sharpei, "Dom Khai Mook," which means "Flat pearl," rest Sept. 20 after making a journey from Roswell, N.M., to Fort Sam Houston in a motorcycle sidecar. Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on Fort Sam Houston Sept. 20 to deliver more than $40,000 in goods and gift cards for Wounded Warriors at the Warrior and Family Support Center. Legion Riders collected clothing, toiletries, books and DVDs, along with gift cards to the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and Wal-Mart stores, for wounded service members. Riders from Jemez Springs, Grants, Roswell, Silver City, Tularosa, Carlsbad, Alamogordo and Albuquerque, N.M., made the long trip, along with one rider from Apache Junction, Ariz., and several from Converse, Texas. Riders also collected for the Fisher Houses at Fort Sam Houston and Lackland Air Force Base.
(U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Keith Anderson, Army North PAO)

    Doggy goggles

    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas - Maryann Murphy and her Sharpei, "Dom Khai Mook," which means "Flat pearl," rest Sept. 20 after making a journey from Roswell, N.M., to Fort Sam Houston in a motorcycle sidecar. Riders from New Mexico and Texas converged on...

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