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Old 05-27-2018, 10:27 AM   #1
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Default HAPPY MEMORIAL DAY TO ALL OUR VETS PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE.


Rolling Thunder Ride: Motorcyclists from across nation arrive in DC to honor Memorial Day


This is beyond belief,” said Ken Rudder, a Navy veteran from Rhode Island. “All the people here are vets or honoring vets.”

Rolling Thunder was established in 1987 to call attention to any prisoners of war or those listed as missing in action. Riders said they are also committed to helping U.S. veterans from all wars.

https://wtop.com/memorial-day/2018/0...l-day/slide/1/

1987 saw a small group of riders try to enter the Pentagon parking lot to show tribute to our nations veterans. The powers that be said you can not enter. "Oh we can't?"
1988 over a hundred thousand bikers showed up. "Now what were you saying?"
Firemen hang flags on the highways police block roads and bikers come from around the world to celebrate all nations vets.
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We all owe all of our Veterans our thanks

for their service to US and our country...

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Indeed Rolling Thunder is an event to witness or ride in whatever ya can do it's worth it...and to see the marine who holds a salute until every biker is through.
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My father-in-law, WWII tank driver, passed away yesterday. He was 92. See you on the other side John.

I found out after getting home from a drill weekend with my reenactment unit at Carnifex Ferry battlefield state park. We did a small ceremony for the Confederate/Union soldiers buried there.
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My father-in-law, WWII tank driver, passed away yesterday. He was 92. See you on the other side John.

I found out after getting home from a drill weekend with my reenactment unit at Carnifex Ferry battlefield state park. We did a small ceremony for the Confederate/Union soldiers buried there.
Our Condolences from this end. He had a long long life!

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My father-in-law, WWII tank driver, passed away yesterday. He was 92. See you on the other side John.
My condolences to you and your family. Those WWII tankers were a different breed than the ones we have now. They had big, steel balls that clanked when they walked.
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My condolences to you and your family. Those WWII tankers were a different breed than the ones we have now. They had big, steel balls that clanked when they walked.
Ain't that the truth!!

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When I deployed to Iraq in 2007, a motorcycle club (I think it was these guys) showed up at 3:00 AM and escorted our busses from the unit to the airport. They wanted to ensure nobody would mess with us. Nobody did. Just the opposite, as a matter of fact.
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