Thousands of veterans on motorcycles rolled out from the RFK Stadium parking lot and took a route around the nation’s capital to raises awareness for over 80,000 unaccounted for prisoners of war and those missing in action, and to the crisis of suicide among veteran.
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The route took the vets around the National Mall and past a saluting Marine.
Staff Sgt. Tim Chambers salutes as motorcyclists participate in the “Rolling to Remember” demonstration as they ride past the Lincoln Memorial on May 30, 2021, 워싱턴, DC. The event is to honor American prisoners of war and service members missing in action, and to call attention to veterans’ 문제. (OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP via Getty Images)