A mighty caravan of close to one million patriots roared into Washington on Sunday for the 30th annual Rolling Thunder parade.
The Rolling Thunder ride for POWs and Vets, founded in 1988 by Sgt. Artie Muller (above) with 2,500 bikers, is now 900,000 strong.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson joined the bikers for the ride from the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, across Memorial Bridge spanning the Potomac River and past the Lincoln Memorial onto Constitution Avenue to the National Mall and the Vietnam Memorial. T-Rex comes rolling through at 1:53 of this video: