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Veterans & Military Families Events and Programs
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NATIONAL VIETNAM VETERANS DAY PARADE - HONOLULU, HAWAII
March 27-31, 2021
The National Vietnam Veterans Parade takes place each March on Vietnam Veterans Day in Honolulu, Hawaii. Hawaii was the state that our Vietnam Veterans left from to the war and came home to after the war. It is fitting that this great state play host to the largest welcome home event for our Vietnam Veterans. This parade will feature Marching Bands, Choirs, Cultural and Civic organizations, Military units and of course our Veterans and their families.
D-DAY MEMORIAL PARADE AND COMMEMORATION - NORMANDY, FRANCE
June 3-10, 2021
In June of 2021, the “D-Day Committee” and “International Salute to Liberation” will commemorate 77 years of Liberation and the end of WWII, while saluting America’s war veterans, and our active military men and women and their families. These officially recognized events will feature America's outstanding performing ensembles and JROTC Units in an unforgettable and historic tribute.
We invite Veterans and military families to join us as part of the D-Day Memorial Parade and Commemoration Tour. This program will provide an opportunity to participate in the D-Day events in Normandy, in honor of those who made the sacrifice to preserve liberty and freedom during this pivotal time in world history. These events also pay tribute to all those who have worn the uniform in service to this country and the families who support them.
NATIONAL PARADE OF HEROES - WASHINGTON, DC
November 11-14, 2021
The National Parade of Heroes - A Monumental Salute to the Veterans honors those who bravely served our country during the past century of our nation's history. A special ceremony takes place in honor of all our war veterans, including WWII, The Korean War, The Vietnam War, The Gulf War, and the War on Terror.
This historic event will feature veteran speakers as well as choirs and bands from across the country as part of the ceremony. Each ensemble will have the opportunity to perform songs of our American heritage. Following a processional between war memorials, a mass band and mass choir performance will conclude the event.
PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL PARADE - HONOLULU, HAWAII
December 5-9, 2021
December 7, 1941, was a day that would live in infamy and thrust the United States of America into the second World War. Today, Americans and people from all over the world gather to pay tribute to those whose service and sacrifice preserved freedom and liberty at home and abroad. The Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade is an important reminder of that fateful day at Pearl Harbor, while providing hope that from conflict and the devastation of war, peace and friendship can occur.
The theme of the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade is "remembering our past and celebrating our future." The purpose of the parade is to honor and pay respect to the Pearl Harbor survivors, our veterans, active duty military and their families. The parade takes place each year in Hawaii on the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack.