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Vietnam Magazine's Rolling Thunder Section

By Vietnam magazine 
Originally published on Published Online: June 08, 2012 
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Photo by Sarah Mock
Photo by Sarah Mock

Click on links below for Photos, Video, Interviews and Stories.


2012 Rolling Thunder Schedule of Events, Showing Map of Washington

Interview with Walt Sides, June 2010

Rolling Thunder Video, filmed by Vietnam magazine at the 2011 event

Behind-the-Scenes…Making Vietnam Magazine's Rolling Thunder 2011 video

Purchase a copy of the special 25th anniversary "Rolling Thunder Event Guide," featured in June 2012 Vietnam magazine

The Harley (from Wisconsin) Left at The Wall

Interview with Lt. Gen. Claude M. "Mick" Kicklighter, heading the Vietnam War 50th Anniversary Commemoration

Education Center at The Wall – The Faces Behind the Names

The Story of the POW/MIA Flag

Saga of the Saluting Marine – The Tim Chambers Story

The Man Who Made Rolling Thunder Roar – Ray Manzo

Everybody Loves Lt. Dan – Gary Sinise


2 Responses to “Vietnam Magazine's Rolling Thunder Section”

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    Michael Raab says:

    "Rolling Thunder," the official theme song of Rolling Thunder XXV
    and the matching video on YouTube by The Jelly Bean Bandits is now Grammy-nominated in the Best Short Form Music Video category. You interviewd us this past Memorial Day in Washington DC

    • 1.1
      dnewbold says:

      Thanks, I will pass that along to the staff here who interviewed you. Congratulations!

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