Washington, DC -- It's that time of year that things get loud in our natiion's capitol. Bikers from all over the US to are rallying in dc this weekend to remember POWs/MIAs left behind during the Vietnam War.
Rolling Thunder is celebrating their 25th Anniversary, and according to the groups website has become the world's largest single-day motorcycle event.
Sunday, thousands of motorcyclists took to the streets of Washington, DC to take part in Rolling Thunder XXVI. The Ride for Freedom is an annual ride on Memorial Day Weekend to raise awareness for prisoners of war and soldiers still missing in action.
Incorporated in 1995, Rolling Thunder, Inc. is a non-profit organization with over 90 chartered chapters throughout the United States and members abroad. While many members of Rolling Thunder?, Inc. are veterans and many ride motorcycles, neither qualification is a prerequisite. Rolling Thunder?, Inc. members are old and young, men and women, veterans and non-veterans. All are united in the cause to bring full accountability for the Prisoners Of War-Missing In Action (POW/MIA) of all wars, reminding the government, the media and the public by our watchwords: "We Will Not Forget."