Group rides to raise support for lost US soldiers

June 1st, 2006    Author: Rodney Beckwith    Filed Under: News

They have a mission, they have the means, and their will to be heard echoed off the walls of Washington DC on Memorial Day.

Rolling Thunder, a club dedicated to the finding and return of all US prisoners of war and soldiers mission in action held their annual Memorial Day demonstration this year with an estimated 300,000 motorcycles and twice that number of people in downtown Washington DC.

Predominantly veterans who use their motorcycles to draw attention to the plight of missing or imprisoned soldiers and their families, the national club gathers in Washington DC every year to draw attention to their cause.

Members of Rolling Thunder Inc. stopped briefly at the Marathon station near Batavia on their way to Washington D.C. last week.
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