Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade

MIAMI BEACH, FL – The JROTC Honor Guard (above) took part in today’s Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade on Tuesday (November 11, 2014) in Miami Beach, Florida.

Veterans Day was originally Armistice Day that started back in 1919. In 1954 President Dwight Eisenhower renamed it Veterans Day that forever honor all who have served in the U.S. military.

Parachuting are Mike Elliott (L) with U.S. flag and Charles Cooley with five other flags. They are members of the All Veterans Parachute Team arriving at the begining or the Miami Beach Veterans Day ceremony.

Members of the Honor Gaurd from the Miami Beach Police Department fire rifles 21 times during a 21 gun salute at the Veterans Day Ceremony in Miami Beach.

During the Veterans Day Ceremony, members of the Florida Army National Guard and the 13th Army Band bow their heads during benediction.

Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Juan Aguero salutes as he watches the Veterans Day Parade in Miami.

Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Juan Aguero salutes as he watches the Veterans Day Parade in Miami.

Veterans riding in car in the parade with onlookers in the background at Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade 2014.

Barabara Rodriguez holding a sign that reads, ‘Thank you’, while she watches the parade.

Morris Brama, 99-years-old, and U.S. Army World War II veteran watches the Veterans Day Parade in Miami.

A man on the sidewalk takes pictures of the Veterans Day Parade in Miami.

Army Sgt. Michael Francis of the Florida Army National Guard U.S.leads members of the 13th Army Band in the Miami Veterans Day Parade.

People watch as the JROTC Honor Guard marches through the streets during the Miami Beach Veterans Day Parade.

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