VFW Motorcycle Group of Texas Unit 10
VFW Texas District 28 ♦ Austin, TX

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Pic of the Week:

The following declaration shall be defended as is and in its entirety:

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

The VFW Motorcycle Group of Texas Unit 10 is sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Texas District 28 in Austin, TX. We are comprised of VFW general, auxiliary and support members. We support all veteran, motorcycle and community charities, benefits and activities that promotes camaraderie among these groups.

Wearing of the single spur:

"We wear a single spur to honor of our fallen brethren.

This tradition dates back to medieval days and the knighthood, when medieval horsemen returning from battle would wear one spur instead of a pair, symbolizing the loss of a brother knight. This was significant because it was their spurs that symbolized a man was a knight; not his sword, horse or armor. And no matter what kind of hardship a knight faced, he would part with everything else before he would part with his spurs. This tradition has been handed down and adopted by many groups throughout the centuries. Most notably is the United States Cavalry."

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