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Rolling Thunder® Inc. is a non-profit organization. Each and every individual donates his or her time because they believe in the issues at hand!

Meetings are at 7:30 PM the first Tuesday of each month at the Epping American Legion Hall, Post 51, located on Route 125, across from Telly's Restaurant Epping New Hampshire.

The next Rolling Thunder® Inc New Hampshire Chapter 1 meeting will take place on December 2th at 7:30 pm.

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Rolling Thunder® Inc Mission Statement

The major function of Rolling Thunder® Inc. is to publicize the POW-MIA issue, to educate the public that many American Prisoners Of War were left behind after all previous wars and to help correct the past and to protect future Veterans from being left behind should they become Prisoners Of War-Missing In Action. We are also committed to helping American Veterans from all wars


NH POW/MIA's, You will not be forgotten

ALLOWAY, CLYDE DOUGLAS S. Vietnam 1970/06/07 PORTSMOUTH, NH
BADOLATI, FRANK NEIL S. Vietnam 1966/01/29 GOFFSTOWN, NH
HELMICH, GERALD ROBERT Laos 1969/11/12 MANCHESTER, NH
MULLEAVEY, QUINTEN EMILE S. Vietnam 1968/04/03 NORTH WOODSTOCK, NH
PAGE, ALBERT L JR N. Vietnam 1967/08/06 DERRY, NH
SULLIVAN, ROBERT JOSEPH Laos 1967/07/12 EAST ALSTEAD, NH
PHILIP WARREN ACKLEY Korea 1950/11/02 NASHUA, NH
FRANCIS ASAMS ASHLY Korea 1950/11/26 GRAFTON, NH
PHILIP KENDALL BALCH Korea 1951/08/26 CLAREMONT, NH
PHILIP ALBERT BOTSFORD Korea 1950/07/20 HILLSBORO, NH
JOHN CHARLES BRENNANn Korea 1952/11/14 GROVETON, NH
ARTHUR DELBERT CUCKLEY,JR. Korea 1950/12/09 CHESHIRE, NH
MADISON FREEMAN CHARLES Korea 1950/07/10 CARROLL, NH
GEORGE A. CURLEY, JR. Korea 1950/11/30 BELKNAP, NH
JOSEPH ADELARD DEMERS Korea 1950/12/02 MANCHESTER, NH
MYRON GRACIAN DICK Korea 1950/11/30 HILLSBORO, NH
GERALD LEO JOSEPH DUBAY Korea 1951/05/18 ROCKINGHAM, NH
LELAND ROCKWOOK DUNHAM Korea 1950/07/20 GRAFTON, NH
HENRY C. FLANDERS Korea 1950/12/12 GRAFTON, NH
FREDERICK E. FLEMING Korea 1950/08/15 SULLIVAN, NH
ROBERT S. FLETCHER Korea 1950/07/16 HILLSBORO, NH
REGINALD E. FRAZIER Korea 1950/11/02 CHESHIRE, NH
BENJAMIN W. GRIGGS, JR. Korea 1950/11/30 GRAFTON, NH
ELMER RIX HAMLIN Korea 1951/08/27 COOS, NH
ROBERT SHURBEN HEDMAN Korea 1950/11/28 ROCKINGHAM, NH
RICHARD C. HENSON Korea 1950/11/29 COOS, NH
HERBERT A. HESSELTINE, JR. Korea 1950/11/30 GRAFTON, NH
GEORGE NORMAN HILL Korea 1950/11/30 GRAFTON, NH
PAUL HERBERT JORDON Korea 1950/11/02 HILLSBORO, NH
JOHN MURRAY KELLEY Korea 1950/11/30 MERRIMACK, NH
WARRREN O. KENDALL Korea 1950/12/01 MERRIMACK, NH
ARTHUR RAYMOND LABONTE Korea 1952/12/27 MANCHESTER, NH
ROLAND L. LEBLANC Korea 1950/11/02 HILLSBOROUGH, NH
THEODORE W. LEDOUX Korea 1950/11/28 GRAFTON, NH
ROBERT HUGH MALLOY Korea 1952/08/07 KEENE, NH
JAMES JOSEPH MAYO Korea 1950/11/30 STRAFFORD, NH
ALBERT ANTHONY MCCARTHY Korea 1950/11/02 BELKNAP, NH
BRUCE ROBERT MILLS Korea 1950/11/02 STRAFFORD, NH
FERNAND AIME MORIN Korea 1950/11/02 HILLSBORO, NH
EDWARD JOSEPH MORSE, JR. Korea 1950/11/30 MERRIMACK, NH
JOSEPH NORMAN PELLETIER Korea 1951/02/13 COOS, NH
ELMER POWERS RICHARD Korea 1950/12/02 ROCKINGHAM, NH
WALLACE F. RITTER Korea 1950/11/28 HILLSBORO, NH
JOSEPH A. ROBILLARD Korea 1950/11/30 HILLSBORO, NH
ERNEST F. RUSSELL Korea 1950/12/12 CHESHIRE, NH
LEO PAUL SAVARD Korea 1952/10/24 COOS, NH
ALFERD HARRY SIDNEY Korea 1951/05/18 STAFFORD, NH
HARRY SPARROW SMITH Korea 1950/11/02 COOS, NH
MARK A. WENTWORTH Korea 1952/10/19 COOS, NH

Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is NOT a motorcycle club. You DO NOT need to own a motorcycle to belong. However, many of our members do in fact ride motorcycles.

Many of our members have served or are currently serving in the US Armed Forces. Other members are mothers and fathers, husbands and wives, sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, or just friends of someone who has served or is currently serving. And others are folks who have no military past, but care about the issues that Rolling Thunder cares about.

So please if you see the Rolling Thunder® Inc. amongst the leather vests, patches, pins and motorcycles, take a moment to come over and say hi. We will be happy to explain to you what we do and why we do it so that you can better understand what we are all about.

Watch for These Upcoming Events Additional Information
(Click on Name for Flyer - If Available, or check out the calendar for details) * Chapter Blog, Latest Events Updated 11/26/2014
* December 13th, Laying of the Wreaths, Veterans Cemetary, Boscawen, NH, 10:30-1200 * Check out your Chapters newest Facebook Page!
* Weekly POW/MIA Vigil -- Meredith NH, December 4, 11, 18, 25, 7pm (19:00), at Heskey Park. * See the Latest Photo Updates 2014 Patriotic Night
Monthly POW/MIA Vigil - Manchester NH, December 3rd,  7pm (19:00) at Veterans Park * Veterans and Mesothelioma -- For more information see Mesotheliama Cancer Center
* Monthly POW/MIA Vigil, Portsmouth, NH, December 23rd, 7pm (19:00) at Langdon Park * See this great list for information on VA Contacts for VA Benefits
* * Check this Out - Visit their Web Site Homes for our Troops
* * See The Latest Newsletter!! Summer 2014 ONLINE Now
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The following Business's have supported Rolling Thunder NH1 and our Veterans. Please show your appreciation by supporting them!

Naults Manchester Carrabas
Naults Honda -- Manchester, NH Carrabbas Itialn Grill -- Bedford, NH
hudson cycle
campers Inn
Hudson Cycle, Hudson, NH Campers Inn -- Kingston, NH
gatecity cycle
tattoo mayhem
Gate City Cycle Center -- Nashua, NH Tattoo Mathem -- Nashua, NH

WEEKLY POW/MIA VIGIL - MEREDITH NH
Every Thursday evening starting at 7:00 p.m. people gather in Hesky Park, located in Meredith, New Hampshire The Thursday evening Vigils started in August of 1989 in an effort to raise awareness about the abandonment of Prisoners of War and those Missing in Action.The first Vigil lasted 15 minutes; one minute to symbolize each year since the US State Department declared, "There are no more prisoners in Southeast Asia. They are all dead." The vigil now spans 32 minutes.
The Meredith POW/MIA Vigil is believed to be the longest consecutively-held vigil in the United States. There has never been a Thursday night Vigil unattended since its inception. Vigil goers have weathered rain, sleet, snow, hail, thunder, lightning, and even temperatures of -37 degrees Fahrenheit.

MONTHLY POW/MIA VIGIL - MANCHESTER NH
Just want to let everyone know that there is a monthly POW/MIA Vigil held in Manchester NH on the 1st Wednesday of every month. It is held at Veterans Park on Elm Street. Currently it's a small group and hopefully it will grow to help keep the word out there. Please try and attend if you can, it is what we are about!

Contact Information
Rolling Thunder ® Inc. NH, Chapter NH One
PO Box 343
Epping, NH 03042
Phone: 603 370-0691
Meetings are at 7:30 PM the first Tuesday of each month at the Epping American Legion Hall, Post 51, located on Route 125, across from Telly's Restaurant Epping New Hampshire.