Baltimore honors those who served with Veterans Day Parade
(Baltimore, MD) -- Baltimore is honoring those who served.
The city held its annual Veterans Day Parade today in downtown Baltimore.
Governor Wes Moore, Mayor Brandon Scott and Police Commissioner Rich Worley were among those who braved the chilly and rainy conditions to march along the parade route.
Thank you, Baltimore, for making this year's Veteran's Day Parade a great experience.— Governor Wes Moore (@GovWesMoore) November 10, 2023
I'm filled with gratitude to see people from all walks of life braving the rain and joining us in thanking those who've sacrificed so much. Let's all continue to honor and support our veterans. pic.twitter.com/dqHB4h9zFX
A wreath-laying ceremony was held after the parade at the Black Soldiers Memorial.