Jack Dyess

Jun 13th 10:15 am - 10:15 am
US Army
Vietnam War Veteran
MRC - Jim Anderson
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Mission Summary

 

Classification 

Retired Military 

Military Branch 

United States Army 

Military Service 

Major Dyess initially enlisted in the US Air Force on 29 June 1959 and pursued an over 20 year military career, retiring from the US Army on 31 July 1979. He was a US Army Engineer, having served two combat tours in Vietnam, earning: Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Air Force Good Conduct Medal w/1 OLC, Good Conduct Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal w/2 bronze service stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, Outstanding Unit Award, Air Force Expert Marksmanship Ribbon and numerous Letters of Commendation. 

Campaigns

Vietnam War (1962 - 1975)

Mission Segments 

Interment Service 

Obituary

Link to Obituary 

Photo Permission

Yes

MRC

Jim Anderson

weirdandy@hotmail.com

(817) 269-1254 

 

 

Part 1

 

Segment

Interment Service 

Mission Date 

06/13/2019 

Staging Time 

10:15 

Briefing Time

10:30

In Position/KSU Time

10:45

Starting Time 

11:00 

Staging Point 

Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery

Staging Address 

2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy

Dallas, TX 75211 

Map Link 

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Part 1 Details 

The family of Jack G. Dyess has requested the North Texas Patriot Guard Riders to stand the flag line at DFW National Cemetery. His Interment Service is scheduled for Thursday, 13 June 2019, 11:00, Committal Shelter A.

Prior to the riders briefing at the Visitor Center, four honor bikes will be selected to accompany the coach to Committal Shelter A. After the riders briefing, the PGR will stand the flag line at the designated shelter, where we will "Stand Tall and Silent" in honor of an American Hero, Major Jack G. Dyess, US Army, his family and friends. Upon conclusion of the Interment Service, the flags will be furled and returned to storage, followed by rider debrief and dismissal. 

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