Every Year, This Lone Marine Holds Salute For Fallen Soldiers. What The Bikers Do Is Beautiful
May 25, 2015
Every Memorial Day Weekend since 1988, Rolling Thunder/Ride for Freedom has been held in Washington, DC to raise awareness of the Prisoners of War – Missing in Action of all wars.
And each year, this hero stands alone in the middle of the street as the bikers pass by.
United States Marine Corps Veteran Staff Sergeant Tim Chambers is known around the world as "The Saluting Marine."
He stands at attention for three hours honoring veterans everywhere with his makeshift memorial - boots, a rifle, flack jacket and Kevlar - displayed proudly at his feet.
Watch the moving video of Sgt. Chambers in action below.
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