Thousands of people lined the streets of Dallas on Monday to celebrate Veterans Day with the city's annual parade.
The procession passed by the stage and reviewing stand at City Hall just before noon.
It featured more than 150 entries including floats, equestrian units, local officials, military vehicles, high school marching bands, community and civic groups, and more.
Attendees were not only honoring the members of the nation's military but were also celebrating deeply-engrained American values of freedom and liberty.
The parade is one of the largest of its kind in the country, with a total crowd estimated at about 25,000.
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