Deguello (de-gway-o) is the name of the battle charge sounded by General Santa Anna's buglers when his Mexican army attacked the Alamo Fortress in 1836. "Deguello" is symbolized by a blood-red flag. Roughly translated, it means "No Quarter", "No Mercy".
We as members of Deguello MC will wear the Deguell Rocker in honor of the Battle of the Alamo and the people who fought for what they believed in.
Deguello MC was the brainchild of our founding members back in May 2005. Numerous iterations of the club center patch came about and was finally settled on a flaming skull with the Deadman's hand in June 2005. (We only show 4 cards from the hand, 2 black Aces and 2 black 8s, this represents the club, and the missing card is represented by each member.)
As our founding members followed protocol to formalize the MC, it was not until April 5th, 2006 Deguello MC became a formal MC.
The president will be the Chief of the Executive Committee.
The Vice-President is the second-in-command to the President.
The Secretary is responsible for making and keeping all Club records.
The Treasurer keeps all the funds of the Club.
The Sergeant-At-Arms is responsible for insuring the By-Laws and Standing Rules of the Club are not violated.
The Road Captain is responsible for all Club runs.