ABOUT THIS YEAR’S PARADE THEME: Just what WAS the Cold War, anyway?

Honoring America's’s Veterans is recognizing our Cold War veterans this year with the 2017 Phoenix Veterans Day Parade theme, “Silent Sacrifice: Honoring our Cold War Veterans.” Many of our younger generation might not be really clear on just what the Cold War was, as it certainly is different from other conflicts in which the United


Silent Sacrifice: Honoring Our Cold War Veterans

Who:  Honoring Cold War Veterans, those who served from 1955 until 1991 What:  Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, presented by Honoring America's’s Veterans When:  Veterans Day, November 11, 2017, at 11 a.m. Where:  Parade route runs southbound on Central Avenue starting at Montebello, turns east onto Camelback Road and then south on 7th Street, ending at


VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: The 20th annual Phoenix Veterans Day Parade

Thank you to all who came out to honor our veterans at the 20th annual Phoenix Veterans Day Parade, as well as to all of our valued volunteers. Most of all, thank you to all veterans and active-duty military for your sacrifices and service! Please enjoy these great video highlights provided by a friend of the


WELCOME HOME VIETNAM HEROES: The story behind this year’s parade theme

In 1945, U.S. President Harry Truman broke the news and declared an Allied victory in World War II after six years of war. Celebrations were held across the world. People crowded into New York’s Times Square to rejoice; a large ticker tape parade hailed the conquering heroes as 13,000 members of the 82nd Airborne Division


MEET OUR MARSHALS: Vietnam War Grand Marshal Carlyle Brown

Vietnam War Grand Marshal Carlyle Brown Recalling the actions that earned him the Bronze Star in Vietnam, Carlyle Brown speaks in words that are moving and evocative of the experience of so many veterans that served in that war: “I don’t feel I did anything special. I just did what I was supposed


MEET OUR MARSHALS: Vietnam War Grand Marshal Frank Vinales

Vietnam War Grand Marshal Frank Vinales Frank Vinales joined the Army right after high school at the age of 17 and had to obtain his parents’ permission to do so. He said he wanted to do something to protect our country through war service. After joining, he went to jungle school in Panama,


MEDIA ADVISORY: Looking forward to Veterans Day, Friday, November 11th

For Immediate Release Nov. 3, 2016 For information contact:  Paula Pedene 480-772-2934 Paula@PedenePR.com Parade Celebrates 20 Years with Theme “Welcome Home Vietnam Heroes” Glowing with tributes to our nation’s true heroes, our veterans, the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade will once again be presented by Honoring America's’s Veterans. Time:  LIVE Shots available from 4:30 to 9



Educating our youth about the sacrifices and service our military veterans provide is a part of the mission of the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade. So, the non-profit parade organizers Honoring America's’s Veterans once again hosted the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade Essay Contest this year as part of the education effort. Open to all high-school-age students