Injured Marine Holds Salute for 3 Hours During the Ride of Veteran Bikers

Marine Corps Veteran Staff Sergeant Tim Chambers has stood at this post each year since 2002. Every year he holds a salute for over 3 hours. They call him “the Lone Marine” and he has been a legend since his 1st salute at this spot.

Sergeant Tim Chambers said it all started as a spontaneous “Thank you”, but now he feels this is his moral obligation.

He says he tries to eyeball each and every veteran biker as they ride pass him, showing his appreciation and welcoming them home.

Despite having an injured wrist, this guy managed to hold out for so long and pay tribute to his fallen brothers in arms.

Check out the heartwarming video!