Rolling Thunder Prez: We Will Ride Until We Get Answers from Our Government

The annual “Ride for Freedom” on Memorial Day weekend will keep raging until the government brings prisoners of war (POWs) back home and closure to the families of American service members who are still missing in action (MIAs), the national president of Rolling Thunder, which organizes the event, told Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125.

Rolling Thunder marine APCharles Dharapak

PHOTOS: Americans Observe Memorial Day Nationwide

Families across America this Sunday and Monday congregated in their town’s main streets to honor the memories of those soldiers lost defending the United States throughout history, passing on to their children the utmost respect for those who gave all in defense of their nation.

A child greets motorcyclists during the annual Rolling Thunder "Ride for Freedom" parade ahead of Memorial Day in Washington, DC, on May 29, 2016. / AFP / MLADEN ANTONOV (Photo credit should read MLADEN ANTONOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Missing Remains of WWII Marine Finally Returned to Texas

The remains of a U.S. Marine who was killed in action during World War II finally completed the 70-year journey from a South Pacific atoll to his home in Texas. His body has been missing since 1943. His remains were finally identified and have been returned to Hereford, Texas in time for Memorial Day. Private Mathies was one of 1,200 Marines killed during the 3-day battle Battle of Tarawa.

PFC Elmer Mathies Jr - Defense POW-MIA Accounting Agency

Downed WWII Aircraft Found in Pacific After 72 Years

An American carrier-based torpedo bomber, the TBM-1C Avenger aircraft, was recently found in the waters surrounding the Pacific island nation of Palau after having been missing in action (MIA) for nearly 72 years since World War II.

Downed WWII Aircraft Found in Pacific After 72 Years

Berlin Mulls Uses For Goebbels’ Abandoned Love Nest

(AFP) – History weighs heavily on the German property market, no more so than at a sprawling lakeside villa that once served as a love nest for Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels. Berlin has been trying to sell the —

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