By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The “Beyond the Call of Duty: End of Watch Ride to Remember” made a stop in Philadelphia. The End of Watch Ride to Remember is a group of motorcycle riders from Washington State.

They’re escorting a trailer across the country, visiting cities and police departments to honor the officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in 2020.

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Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw spoke about the show of support.

“Because of these acts, because of the trek they’re making across the country, not only does it remind law enforcement family that these individuals will never be forgotten but it reminds the world that they’re human beings that lost their lives in service to their communities,” Outlaw said.

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This year, “End Of Watch Ride” is honoring 338 fallen officers.