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25th annual Rolling Thunder ride
An estimated 400,000 people rode in the Rolling Thunder rally, traveling en masse through the District and to the Mall continuing their mission for POW/MIA remembrance.
Butch Ewing, of Kipling, N.C. loads Chewy the biker dog onto the back of his motorcycle as the two prepare to ride in the annual Rolling Thunder event. Chewy has logged thousands of miles on a motorcycle over the past several years, including 6,500 miles in the last 12 days, when he traveled across the country to honor fallen heroes, wounded warriors and others. (Barbara L. Salisbury/The Washington Times)
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