Rolling Thunder® Inc.​Masssachusetts Chapter 1

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.

Organization Overview

In the fall of 1987, in a little diner, in Somerville, New Jersey, two Vietnam veterans met to discuss their personal concerns about the prisoners of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) from the Vietnam War.

Having honorably served their country, and having taken an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies…” and to “bear true faith and allegiance t…o same,” they were deeply troubled by the abhorrent neglect of attention given to those who did not make it out with their lives or their freedom.

These two veterans discussed the more than 10,000 reported sightings of live Americans living in dismal captivity. Intelligence reports of these sightings were generally ignored by the government and mainstream press. Artie Muller and Ray Manzo were these two veterans.

Monthly Meetings are held on the Second Wednesday of each month at 19:30. Boston Police Post 500 Morton Street Boston, MA Please come join us and see what we are about, all are welcome.

Rolling Thunder®​ Inc.Chapter MA1 – 2019 Executive Officers and Board Members

Rolling Thunder®​ Inc. Chapter MA1

Executive Board

President – Steven Sarro
Vice President – Brian LeBlanc
Treasurer – Colleen Lagrasso
Secretary – Debbi Shields (Chapter Photographer)

Chairman of the Board 

  • Sean Byrne

Board of Directors 

  • Bob Grassick
  • Dereck Lloyd
  • Angela Ercolini
  • Gordon Auchterlonie
  • Christopher Toler
  • Leanna Lynch

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  8. James Gibson says:

    Thank You Guy’s For All Your Hard Work And Reminding People Of Our POW’s, I Myself A Veteran Would Be Proud To Become A Rolling Thunder Member, God Bless You All,

  9. Debra Doherty says:

    i come from a military family. Everyone in my family was military except me. They wouldn’t take me because I was in a motorcycle accident at 16 severed my foot and it had to be reattached.i never got full use of it and wasn’t good enough for the military.
    I have always felt horrible that we left so many of our military behind, especially in Vietnam and how our Country hasn’t really done much of anything to demand our POW’s back. It is awful and disgraceful for our Country.
    Anything I could do to help your cause to bring our boys home.
    Thank you
    Debra Doherty

  10. Fred Sutera says:

    I would like to purchase a patch that your club made in t
    remembrance of my cousin Carl Sutera.. I would also like to thank all your Brothers who took time and Flew Old Glory outside his wake last year… I am a Teamster, I understand bonds, and Brotherhoods.. Please let me know how I can get a patch.. Fred

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