Dogs of War – We Serve. This is a Veteran Motorcycle Riders Association for the Veterans of SADF, South Africa. Our emblem consists of a map of Africa featuring a Skull within the border. Africa was the place where the former soldiers made a stand during 1966–1990. On the right front of their cuts they display the insignia of the former units in which they served, as well as the medal ribbons awarded to them. The half rocker with GBNF (Gone But Never Forgotten) is worn on the left front, as an reminder of the brothers that paid the ultimate price as well as those that still carry the scars of war.

The aim of the Associated Riders is to promote awareness amongst the general public and to raise funds to assist veterans that suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and who are in need of medical assistance. The Riders of Dogs of War are volunteers that ride for the cause and choose to use their time and finance to reach out to their former buddies and who are prepared to walk the extra mile for veterans in need.

The Association is not a Motorcycle Club and do not display a MC in the patch, neither do they adhere to club rules and only ride to advance the well-being of veterans in need. The volunteers of the Dogs of War are all battle-hardened veterans and associates that respond to the needs of their former brothers in arms. read more

 
"You drop someone in hell and give him a gun and tell him to kill for some amorphous reason he can’t even articulate. Then suddenly he feels an emotion that makes utter sense,utterly logical, because the emotion was right…It isn’t even atrocious. It’s just a sad fact of life."

 

"Regard your soldiers as your children, and they will follow you into the deepest valleys. Look on them as your own beloved sons, and they will stand by you even unto death!" --Sun Tzu