Public Law 105-85 (Section 1082) requires the POW-MIA flag to be displayed each year on POW-MIA flag days at specified Federal buildings, memorials, national cemeteries, Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers, and post offices.

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There have been thousands of reports of Americans who remain in captivity years after wars end. Their families will never know what happened to them until the live prisoners or the remains of those who have died are brought home.

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Veterans Support

In 2017, there were over 295,000 veterans in Kentucky, over 400,000 in Indiana, and over 470,000 in Tennessee. Every year, the needs of these veterans increases. Rolling Thunder Kentucky One is dedicated to serving those who dedicated their lives to serving their country.

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Since 1993

Our Mission

Rolling Thunder®, Inc.'s major function is to publicize the POW-MIA issue. To educate the public of the fact that many American prisoners of war were left behind after all past wars. To help correct the past and to protect the future veterans from being left behind should they become prisoners of war-missing in action. We are committed to helping American veterans from all wars!

Vietnam Veterans Memoria

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Come and join us at our next meeting! We meet the second Saturday of every month, except December, at the VFW Post 696 in Owensboro, Kentucky. The general membership meeting starts at 1:30 pm, and everyone is invited!