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In his General Orders of August 7, 1782 issued from his headquarters in Newburgh, New York, George Washington decreed the creation of two Honorary Badges of Distinction and a Badge of Military Merit. Previous custom was to only present military honors to the high-ranking officers of victorious forces rather than honoring individual soldiers. Of the
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Jeannie Redicker (“Rayne”) and Kevin Fitzgerald (“Unbridled Liberty“) participated in the Smallbore Rifle matches at the 2018 Bluegrass State Games held in July. It was their  3rd and 4th straight years, respectively, at the  competition. For the 3rd straight year, Jeannie and Kevin swept the Smallbore event medals. Kevin’s results were: 1st—Overall Smallbore Three Position 2nd—Overall
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One of Revere’s Riders Indiana instructors, Jeannie (“Rayne”) Redicker, was the top woman in the “T” division at the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) National Rimfire Sporter Match at Camp Perry, OH on July 22, 2018. The CMP Rimfire Sporter competition uses bolt-action, semi-auto, lever or even pump-action rifles chambered in .22LR. Rifles must weigh less
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In spite of the heat and humidity, we had 13 shooters on the line to test their pistol and rifle marksmanship in adverse conditions. A&A Optics graciously hosted this event at their private range near Richmond, IN. In addition, Patriot Concealment Systems was on-hand to introduce everyone to their company and holster line as well
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Amazon is the largest online retailer in the world; most of us have purchased something (if not 100’s of things) from Amazon. You may have noticed that some of the products in the Revere’s Riders online store redirect you to Amazon for purchase as well. What you may not know is that you can use
On this day, July 13th 1729, Captain John Parker was born. “Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.” Captain John Parker’s words to his men on Lexington Green on April 19, 1775 have become inextricably associated with the beginnings of the Revolutionary
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On July 9, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read for the first time in New York in front of George Washington and his troops. In reaction to what had been read, soldiers and citizens went to Bowling Green, a park in Manhattan, where a lead statue of King George III on horseback stood. The
One of our experienced volunteers found an interesting document from the Concord, MA Chamber of Commerce with an hour-by-hour account of the events of April 19, 1775.  While the pamphlet has limited citations for its sources its a quick and easy read that outlines the major events of the day and is well worth checking
On this day in 1779, Hugh M. Brackenridge delivers an Eulogium to those gathered in Pennsylvania to honor those who have fallen during the Revolutionary War: “IT is the high reward of those who have risked their lives in a just and necessary war, that their names are sweet in the mouths of men, and
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