Hundreds of veterans and their supporters marched passed the state capitol today in celebration of Veteran’s Day. The parade in the capital city lasted for more than an hour. Veterans from WWII all the way through Operation Iraqi Freedom were on hand to celebrate. Vietnam Vet Milton Lewis says Veteran’s Day is a time to say thank you.
“They really need supporting. Anytime a man goes out and puts his life on the line for his country, he deserves all the honor,” said Lewis.
Attendants of today’s parade were divided on the outcome of last week’s presidential election, but everyone we spoke with said regardless of who is president, they support our armed forces.
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