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Motorcyclists participate in White Heart Foundation’s annual Ride to the Flags Sunday, Sept. 10, cruising from Naval Base Ventura County to Bluffs Park. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
A 21-gun salute takes place at Ventura County Naval Base on Sunday, Sept. 10, as part of the Ride to the Flags ceremony.
A wreath-laying ceremony takes place at Naval Base Ventura County on the morning of Sunday, Sept. 10.
VIP status riders (left to right) David Medzyk, of American Legion Riders Chapter 66, Joe Lopez, of Chapter 211 Lompoc, and Grant Meyers, of Chapter 534 American Legion Orcutt gather for a photo.
Army Cpl. Zac Gore, the beneficiary of this year’s Ride to the Flags, poses for a photo Sunday, Sept. 10, at the naval base.
John Archuleta, an American Legion V.P. for Area 6 out of San Luis Obispo, poses at the naval base.
Federal Fire Ventura County Fire Department Station 72 (left to right) firefighter Brian Cushnyr, firefighter Mark Szwajkos, engineer Jason Bracer, firefighter Andrew Webber, and Capt. Tony McHale from Ventura County Station 21 gather for a photo.
Naval Base Ventura County Commander Officer Capt. Chris Janke speaks at White Heart Foundation’s 9/11 ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 10.
Bikers begin their journey to Bluffs Park.
The tenth annual Ride to the Flags supported Army Cpl. Zac Gore.
Riders cruise PCH en route to Malibu.
White Heart Foundation gathered for the tenth annual Ride to the Flags on Sunday, Sept. 10.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
9:10 am PDT September 12, 2017

Patriots from all over the country attended White Heart Foundation’s tenth annual Ride to the Flags Sunday, Sept. 10.