I wanted to pass on comments from the Sgt Major and others from the US Army Field Band from our Presentation of the Colors for their concert at the Morrison Center on Monday night 29 March 2016.

We met back stage with them during intermission.The Sgt Major said they were most appreciative for our presentation and that we did an amazing job. One Master Sgt said we did the most professional job he has seen during their tour.

We passed on to the members of the band that we were honored to be asked to assist them and expressed our appreciation not only for them as a great ensemble but for their service as well. What great examples of military professionalism.

We were also encountered by numerous members of the 4500 strong audience during intermission, and many of them thanked us for our participation.

I want to add my appreciation for the great job all of you did during this mission.

 Boise State has indicated that we may be asked to do repeat appearances this summer for concerts by the US Navy and US Air Force Bands.

David Freeman
Commander
The American Legion
Post 39 Middleton
Back stage at University of Phoenix Graduation May 21
Veterans Day Service at Syringa Middle School Nov 2015
Three volley salute at Camping World flag raising February 15. above and below
Idaho Chariots Cruise-In at Boise Outlet Mall on June 18 2016
Chuck Hawkins, Dave Freeman, Ira Smith, Mike Polk, Doug Hanks Post 113, Steve Taylor founder Idaho Chariots, Dave Shiveley, Bruce Irving, Marv West, Doug foote.

The Post and Squadron lead the 2016 Independence Day Parades in Star and Middleton.

Below: We raised and lowered the flags along the Avenue of Flags for the Independence Day weekend at Idaho Veterans Cemetery
Memorial Dedication at Grace Bible Church in Nampa 11/13/2016
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The Honor Guard provides a three-volley salute and a live bugle playing of Taps in honor of the departed. Normally, members from the deceased's service will fold and present the Flag to the family. The Honor Guard can perform that service if necessary. It can also provide a Chaplain if needed.

The Honor Guard has also been called upon to present the Colors at the beginning of meetings as well as at Church services - with or without weapons.

The Honor Guard is pleased to present these services without charge but we do accept donations.

Funeral services are usually arranged by the family through the funeral home. Other services may be made by phone or email with

HONOR GUARD COMMANDER - Ira Smith (503) 701-8644
Post 39 Honor Guard