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Rolling Thunder founder Artie Muller with President George W. Bush in 2008 (White House image)

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Rolling Thunder founder Artie Muller has brought attention to veterans' issues for years; here he is greeted at the White House by President George W. Bush in 2008. (white house)

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Rolling Thunder founder Artie Muller is in Washington this weekend for the group's annual convention, plus a policy-heavy visit to Capitol Hill to address POW/MIA issues and veterans affairs with lawmakers. (WASHINGTON TIMES)

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Rolling Thunder founder Artie Muller is in Washington this weekend for the group's annual convention, plus a policy-heavy visit to Capitol Hill to address POW/MIA issues and veterans affairs with lawmakers. (The Washington Times)

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Rolling Thunder Inc. National Executive Director Artie Muller will be leading the way during the 26th annual Ride for Freedom. "Always remember our troops serving," he said. (The Washington Times)

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Rolling Thunder Inc. National Executive Director Artie Muller will be leading the way during the 26th annual Ride for Freedom. "Always remember our troops serving," he said. (The Washington Times)

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Rolling Thunder Inc. National Executive Director Artie Muller will be leading the way during the 26th annual Ride for Freedom. "Always remember our troops serving," he said. (The Washington Times)

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President George W. Bush greets Artie Muller, national executive director of Rolling Thunder, and singer Nancy Sinatra at the White House in May 2004. Mr. Muller and Miss Sinatra will again be part of the Memorial Day Rolling Thunder tribute to veterans. (Associated Press)

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President George W. Bush greets Artie Muller, national executive director of Rolling Thunder, and singer Nancy Sinatra at the White House in May 2004. Mr. Muller and Miss Sinatra will again be part of the Memorial Day Rolling Thunder tribute to veterans. (Associated Press)

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Rolling Thunder, Inc. National Executive Director Artie Muller leads the way during the Rolling Thunder XXII Ride for Freedom along Constitution Avenue in Washington, D.C., Sunday, May 24, 2009. (Rod Lamkey Jr. / The Washington Times)