Veterans Day Parade In Las Vegas

Organizers say a Veterans Day parade in downtown Las Vegas will honour more than 50 soldiers from the Wounded Warrior Project. A day in which many war heroes and victims are honored around the world and acknowledged for their hard work and dedication to their cities and countries.

The Foundation administrator say the parade which was set for Tuesday at 10 a.m. along Fourth Street is a very important way for the community to show support for wounded veterans and their families.

The Las Vegas parade starts at Gass Avenue and goes to the Fremont Street Experience. The streets are planned to be blocked off at this time for the ceremonies and proceedings.

Free transportation will be provided by the city of Las Vegas for the ceremony from the base of the organizations head quarters.

The foundation hopes to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project. It helps men and women who have been injured and still service the country.  Many have lost limbs and were burned or have a traumatic brain injuries. Support is expected from Las Vegas natives as well as visitors from around the neighboring areas.

Elsewhere around the world people are asked to take a step back and remember all the fallen angels that had fought so hard for the countries that strive to live in peace today.

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