What These Bikers Did When An Injured Marine Held His Salute For More Than 3 Hours Is Wonderful

United States Marine Corps Veteran Staff Sergeant Tim Chambers is known to the world as The Saluting Marine for standing at attention for hours in the middle of the street during Rolling Thunder

Rolling Thunder, Ride for Freedom is an annual event held in Washington, DC, to raise awareness of and bring full accountability for the Prisoners of War–Missing in Action of all wars. It is organized by Rolling Thunder, Inc., a non-profit organization. Visit their website and Facebook page for more information.

Every year Ssgt Chambers stands at attention proudly saluting everyone who rides past. He normally stands there for 3-4 hours on the hot concrete. This year despite having a broken wrist, he stood strong, honoring veterans everywhere.


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