Rolling Thunder®, Inc.
The major function of Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is to publicize POW-MIA issues: 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.
Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is a non-profit organization. Members donate their time
because they believe in the issues we are working on.
|Rolling Thunder®Inc. is a non-profit organization
All members (excluding junior members) will receive a Rolling Thunder®, Inc. Membership Boot patch
(from the chapter) when they become a full member at the end of a 120 - day trial period. During this trial
period you must attend 3 meetings and/or events.
After a member completes his/her first year (from the day they receive their boot patch) as a member in
good standing will be issued the Eagle & Rocker back patch. (Effective 10/01/01)
To be a member in good standing one must make no less than 3 meetings and 3 events per year. If
meetings are a problem because of work one must donate time to help organize a run, parade, fund-raiser,
demonstration, and/or speak at schools each year.
Rolling Thunder®, Inc. relies on volunteers to donate their time.
If you cannot volunteer your time and attend meetings, you can still support us with a donation. We can
only accept you as a member if you can donate your time to the issue. We thank you for considering
membership in Rolling Thunder®, Chapter 3, South Carolina (RTSC3)
Becoming a Member
Membership applications are picked up in person at a Chapter general meeting. We encourage guests
and prospective members to come to our meetings and see what we are about.
For more information contact any RTSC3 member.
Membership in Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is open to anyone with an interest in educating the public regarding
the POW/MIA (Prisoner of War-Missing In Action) issue regardless of race, color, creed or sex. All persons
must be 18 years of age or older.
Anyone who was a Prisoner Of War, their wife or husband, Gold Star Mothers and Medal of Honor (CMH)
Recipients will have a free membership in Rolling Thunder®, Inc.
PROVIDED they present legal documentation of their status.
Junior membership in Rolling Thunder®, Inc. is open to anyone under age 18 with an interest in educating
the public regarding the POW/MIA (Prisoner of War - Missing In Action) issue regardless of race, color,
creed, or sex. All junior members must be sponsored by an adult chapter member. Junior members will
receive a Rolling Thunder®, Inc. Junior member patch (from their Chapter) when they become a full junior
member at the end of a 120-day trial period.
Membership dues are $30.00 per year and due during the month of January. If a member’s dues are not
collected within thirty (30) days from the February meeting, the Chapter may terminate that member.
Rolling Thunder® Inc. is NOT a Motorcycle Club.
You do not need to be a veteran, nor ride a motorcycle.
Just believe in the mission!
We use motorcycles to draw attention to the ROLLING THUNDER® mission of POW/MIA and other veterans’
|Rolling Thunder®Inc., Chapter 3, SC
PO BOX 370
North Myrtle Beach, SC 29597