The Secretary of State and two members of his security detail rode motorcycles in the event
Rolling Thunder was started in 1988 as a tribute to war heroes and a call for protection of Prisoners of War (POWs) and those Missing in Action (MIAs). Today over 900,000 people participate in the motorcyle rally. The group, which is a 501 C-4 non-profit, promotes legislation to increase veterans’ benefits and resolve POW/MIA issues. They also provide material support for veterans and veterans’ families.
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