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Bikers Show Up To Clean Veterans Memorial — Shocked By Who They Find Waiting For Them

The Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C. has the names of more than 58,000 soldiers (men and women) who gave up their lives in service to their country. The wall is over 10 feet tall and almost 250 feet long. If you have ever been, you know that it is a powerful reminder of the sacrifice our troops made during the conflict.

Groups of veterans will often take the time to maintain and clean the wall in the Spring and Summer. The wall is sprayed, scrubbed and polished. Rolling Thunder Biker Club was headed to take their turn to clean the wall when they saw current Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (former Navy Seal) already hard at work on the memorial.

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William De Blander, a member of Rolling Thunder, said they clean the memorial to honor those who gave their lives. We should all thank a veteran, they fought so we could have the freedom we enjoy.

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