89 Year Old Veteran Biker Rides To Honor Fallen Military Heroes

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World War II Marine Veteran Bruce Heilman Rides To Remember – Photo Credit:YouTube Screenshot

Bruce Heilman is a 89 year old Marine Veteran who refuses to give up his freedom to ride. Heilman is a World War II Veteran Marine who fought in The Battle of Okinawa and also survived a plane crash on Iwo Jima.

In remembrance of our fallen heroes, Heilman participated in a 6,000 mile cross country ride to Arlington National Cemetery, where many Americans go to pay tribute and honor soldiers who never made it back home. On his journey, he was greeted by the Patriot Guard Riders of Salt Lake City Utah to escort him to the memorial.

“Memorial Day is more than hot dogs and marshmallows, and we all should recognize, in everything we do, that our freedom comes from our military” – Bruce Heilman

We would like the thank Bruce Heilman for his brave service to our country and we also thank the countless brave heroes who fought and those who continue to fight for our freedom. Bruce is a true inspiration to all of us here at BikerOrNot.com. Ride on brother!

“I do it because it’s a part of living your life to the fullest.” – Bruce Heilman

Watch the inspiring story in the video clip below:

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