Anyone who has fought or has friends or loved ones who have fought in a war, has their own issues from their own experience — the welcome home, the goodbye to buddies lost, the ability to finally help the young men and women we watch every night on TV, or just trying to accept coming home alive.
Many who participate in The Run find that whatever they’ve been missing can be found in the RFTW family.
The investigation is ongoing, no one was arrested at the time of the report.
(5/17/18)On May 8th, Clarksville Police were called to Walmart in reference to a banned subject being in the store. Kenneth Kennedy arrived on the scene he was directed to the self-checkout area where Rufus Young was attempting to check out. Kennedy and advised that he was being arrested for criminal trespassing since he had previously been banned from the store.
(5/21/18)Clarksville Police received a call to one of the gas station in Clarksville on Wednesday May 16th after two small baggies containing a white substance were located.
The substance, believed to be meth was confiscated by police to be destroyed.(5/17/18)Clarksville Police were contacted by Kara Chrisman on May 9th in reference to someone possibly taking her purse from her vehicle while it was parked in the Marvin Vinson parking lot.The purse was a small Vera Bradley purse with pink flower and contained her DL, health insurance card, credit and debit card.They can finally start settling issues that have been “stuffed” away for many years.The trip is a 10-day ride from Ontario, California, to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, where The Run officially ends.Power was restored about 2pm by Arkansas Valley Electric.(5/21/18)Logan County authorities are asking the publics help in locating a Chevy truck stolen from Booneville on Saturday.We meet on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial just before noon on Saturday before Memorial Day.From there, we walk as a group to The Wall and declare our Mission Complete by placing a plaque at the apex.During the journey across the US, we make stops at memorials, Veterans’ Hospitals and schools.We enjoy parades, escorts and “Welcome Home” receptions provided by the patriots in our host cities. veterans from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraqi Freedom and Afghanistan; active duty military; supporters; friends and family.