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Topic - Wendell Wilson Jr.
"It's given me an opportunity to meet a lot of Vietnam veterans. You meet vets who are homeless, some who aren't getting the care and support that they should," said Wendell Wilson Jr., an Army veteran and member of Rolling Thunder Inc.'s Maryland Chapter 1.
"You need to care about soldiers to be in Rolling Thunder," Mr. Wilson said, as colleagues scrubbed the wall behind him.