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Freedom Ride

"As an American asked to serve, I was prepared to fight,
to be wounded,to be captured and even prepared to die,
but I was not prepared to be abandoned."

(Former POW Eugene "Red" McDaniel - Source:

Save The Date!

Freedom Ride ~ June 14, 2018

25th Anniversary of the Freedom Ride
30th Anniversary of the Vigil

Hesky Park "The Rock" Meredith, NH

”Ride to the Rock”

The vigil started 1987 when a very small group of individuals came together to stand to bring attention to the POW/MIA issue. In August of 1989 a citizen had joined us and had a plaque made to honor the group. So this year we come together to celebrate our 30 years of standing for those who don’t have a voice.
Bob Jones 

Have YOU contacted your legislative leaders concerning the terminology?

Have YOU asked them to account for our POW/MIAs?

Information can be found on the website:

Rider information Handout


Rolling Thunder NH1 will be assisting with the lineup at Lowe’s.

Anyone riding should plan on being at Lowe's, 1407 Lake Shore Road [formerly K-Mart Plaza] in Gilford.

Plan on being there by 6:00pm ~ lineup is at 6:00pm and we will be leaving the parking lot by 6:15pm with a state trooper escort down route 3 to “The Rock” Hesky Park.

We need to arrive at Hesky Park and be prepared for the start of the vigil at 7:00pm.

The New Hampshire Army National Guard will be joining us in support of the Northeast POW/MIA Network Freedom Ride. The National Guard Hummer will be the last vehicle in the ride following the parade of bikes to Meredith, NH.

* If you are riding with a group we ask that you arrive with the group and fall into the line up ~ we will not allow bumping in the line for safety reasons.

*No vehicles other than the hummer will be allowed to be in with the motorcycles.

Numbers and Voices are important!

This issue belongs to EVERYONE!

Freedom Rides

President: Don Amorosi
33 Wilson Avenue
South Glens Falls, NY 12803

Director: Bob Jones
14 Forest Hills Road
Meredith, NH 03253

We are a completely volunteer organization, veterans and non-veterans, using awareness, communication, education, legislation, and compassion to assuage the pain associated with one of the most devastating outcomes of service to one’s Country. As we honor POW/MIAs, returned and still waiting to come home, we aggressively pursue means to return the missing and protect those serving.