Veterans Day Parade in NY. Mayors De Blasio and Adams honor the Armed Forces
The Veterans Day Parade came back to the streets of New York City to honor the men and women – both living and dead – that fought for the United States of America and those still serving.
The 102nd annual parade in New York was, once again, the biggest in the country to honor American veterans.
Featuring about 200 marching units, including many veterans’ groups and active-duty members of the Armed Forces, the parade also starred bands, floats and vintage vehicles.
The event returned in-person for the first time in two years, marching up 5th Avenue from 29th street to 45th street.