2007 Veterans' Day Parade in Brunswick, Maryland.
Each year, Brunswick, Maryland, holds a marvelous Veterans' Day Parade. These photos are from that parade.
Saying the Pledge of Allegiance before the parade.
The official color guard.
Owen and Aaron wait for the parade to begin.
Selling goodies to wave along the parade route. Grandpa Roy is not too fond of the infamous Confederate battle flag, regardles off the "heritage" involved.
Here it comes!
Army color guard.
Air Force color guard.
Some folks were running for election.
Beauty queens rode tractors.
Roscoe Barlett, long-time Republican Congressman who represented Carroll and Frederick Counties.
An old fire truck.
A minature hook and ladder.
State Police color guard.
Vet dressed in World War II uniform.
Remembering World War II.
The Girl Scouts.
There were several marching bands in the parade.
A line of old Chevrolet Corvairs with the engine in the rear.
World War I attire. It was supposed to be the "War to End All Wars."
Different marchers wore costumes from different eras of America's history.
Confederate rebel uniforms of the American Civil War.
Here come the Shriners in their minature old cars.
They were a real treat.
The tiniest fire chief ended the parade.
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