Lexington Veterans Day Parade, Nov. 3, 2013  

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Celebrate Freedom Foundation Participates in Lexington Veterans Day Parade

Lexington, S.C. (Nov. 3, 2013) — Celebrate Freedom Foundation’s “moving museum” — including historic military vehicles and two Cobra helicopters — participated in the Lexington Veterans Day Parade at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 3.

CFF Board Member Larry Russell, driving a JEEP, led the Foundation’s convoy of historic military vehicles and helicopers through downtown Lexington as hundreds of local citizens cheered them on.   One of Russell’s passengers was Lexington Mayor T. Randall (Randy) Halfacre.

Celebrate Freedom Foundation’s Killer Bees (B Company, 1st Cavalry Regiment), members of “The Best Dang Motor Pool in the Country,” and other CFF staff members participated.

These were among the photos taken:

  Photos by Stuart Morgan  
     

These Blue Star Mothers helped distribute CFF’s promotional brochures during the parade.

     

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After breaking-down their float after the parade, these submariners drove the photographer back to his car.  Go Navy!  Thank you Silent Service!

 

 

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