"Rolling Thunder chapters nationwide will be holding candlelight vigils and other events," said Nancy Regg, spokeswoman for the group, which urges Americans to become familiar with the the Not forgotten: The U.S. observes National POW/MIA Recognition Day →
"It's not just a barbecue; it's about our veterans. This is Memorial Day," said Nancy Regg, Rolling Thunder's national spokeswoman. "I've been doing this for 19 years, and I still cry at least once. Yes, we have a good time, but there are a lot of people reuniting and getting the welcome home they never got, especially those from Vietnam. This is a brotherhood and a sisterhood. We are family."