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Biden Praises Wounded Warriors as the 'Spine of America'

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More than two dozen veteran and active duty troops rode two laps around the South Lawn as part of the multi-day cycling event. The tradition of the soldier ride at the White House began in 2008. The Wounded Warrior Project was founded in 2003 and assists veterans as well as families and caregivers of service members.
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6 days ago·Washington, United States

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The Independent

Biden praises Wounded Warriors as the 'spine of America'

President Joe Biden on Thursday welcomed members of Wounded Warriors Project to the White House for the annual solider ride, praising the current and former military service members as the “spine of America.”

6 days ago·London, United Kingdom
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Washington Times

Biden welcomes wounded warriors to White House for annual Soldier Ride

President Biden on Thursday welcomed wounded service members to the White House to kick off the Soldier Ride, an annual cycling event recognizing the service of wounded veterans.

6 days ago·Washington, United States
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Biden praises Wounded Warriors as the 'spine of America'

President Joe Biden on Thursday welcomed members of Wounded Warriors Project to the White House for the annual solider ride, praising the current and former military service members as the “spine of America.”

6 days ago·United States
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Biden Praises Wounded Warriors as 'Spine of America'

More than two dozen veteran and active-duty troops on Thursday rode two laps around the South Lawn as part of a multi-day cycling event

6 days ago·United States
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Wral News

Biden praises Wounded Warriors as the 'spine of America'

6 days ago·Raleigh, United States
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Spectrum News

Biden praises Wounded Warriors as the 'spine of America'

President Joe Biden welcomed members of the Wounded Warriors Project to the White House for the group's annual solider ride

6 days ago·United States
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