2023 National Veterans Awareness Ride (NVAR)
The Times They Are A-Changin’: a ballad by Nobel laureate, Bob Dylan, who has chronicled changes thru evolutions of recent generations.
Change is more abrupt than evolution, which is a process of gradual development. To speak of each; since A.D. 25, a white flag has been the accepted method of surrender. All of a sudden, Russian soldiers can call the Ukrainian hot line, “I want to live”, for instructions on how and where to surrender! Since 2005, the National Veterans Awareness Organization (NVAO) has patiently matured. Technology will never change the mission of the NVAR.
America’s history plays out across Ukraine in living color, and the darkness of death. Like our colonial patriots, Ukrainians will accept only one outcome; independence, sovereignty, and freedom. (A busy hotline favors a will to live with a victory for freedom.) From the will of our early patriots evolved the essence of our nature—morals, virtues, and principles, with faith, family, and flag centered among them—unique attributes in the world order!
Along with a healthy appetite for freedom, Americans have an inherent sense of gratitude for all who served and sacrificed for it. We are beholden to them. Those attributes, appetites, and sense guide the NAVR on its mission to give thanks to our veterans, pay respect at memorials, and share our mission with America’s youth.
Follow this patriotic ride from the daily sit reps, or tap on the 2023 Ride button for the Ride Schedule. You’re welcome to join for a day, or go ALL THE WAY!
God Bless America
Thank You & Never Forget
Mike (Track) Rinowski.