Rolling Thunder Run D.C. Mission
The Rolling Thunder First Amendment Demonstration Run is an annual ride and gathering that first started in 1988 to remember and bring attention to American POW/MIAs. Riders from around the nation, and even around the world rally in the Pentagon parking lots and begin the run through the streets of Washington, D.C. Afterward, it is an opportunity to meet old and new friends, pay respect at the memorials and participate in the Memorial Day events.
Rolling Thunder Run XXVII 2014 Countdown
News and Happenings
ROLLING THUNDER TAKES THE STAGE AT KENNEDY CENTER
Representatives from Rolling Thunder Washington, DC pose before they depart for the Kennedy Center Honors gala where they took the stage to represent Vietnam Veterans in a segment featuring Billy Joel's "Goodnight Saigon." Joel was one of five honorees. The Gala will be broadcast on CBS Dec 29th at 9 pm. More Info
MARINE VETERANS COMPLETE 2,700-MILE WALK
Marine veterans Adam Shatarsky and Chris Senopol completed a six-week, 2,700-mile walk from Camp Pendleton, California to Leesburg, Virginia on Saturday. Shatarsky and Senopol made the walk to raise public awareness about wounded veterans and the Wounded Warrior Project.