Thank our veterans

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  • This is a photo of the American flag being presented before the Veterans Day Parade began. Kimberly De La Cruz from On the Bright Side Photography

  • The Las Vegas fire department raising the flag. Kimberly De La Cruz from On the Bright Side Photography

  • My outmost respect and my heartfelt thank you to my other half, Lt. Col. Nickolas Karajohn and his late father, TSgt. John Karajohn. With love and respect, Khaizel.

  • Some Veterans never left their ship, USS ARIZONA at Pearl Harbor John Miller of Henderson.U.S.Navy Retirted

  • This is my son; Steven Viramontes leaving to Afghan, March 2012 . He is born & raise here in Las Vegas. Graduated from Clark High School 2010 Love the news at 4:30 - 7:00 then back again at 11:00Thank you so much,Olivia Chuk on- air

  • Mayor goodman gave our kids flags� To day at the Veterans Day paraded Garcia kids

  • The first group to to ride down 4th and start the parade. Kimberly De La Cruz from On the Bright Side Photography

  • A family came to support our veterans and I captured all of their flags. Kimberly De La Cruz from On the Bright Side Photography

  • My Dad Walter Milton Scott (July 31 1923 - October 31 2011) was a Radio Specialist Operator on a B-17 Bomber during WWII. My Mom Marie Irene Scott (9/23/23 - 6/01/2010) was a War bride from France. They were married May 5th 1945. My Dad's parachute was made into a wedding dress for my Mom. My Dad flew 35 missions over Nazi Germany. Twenty five of them completed and the rest were aborted due to being shot up by flack and enemy fire. During the War My Dads B-17 was forced down by a Faulk Wolf 90 pilot. The Nazi pilot telling them to either land the B-17 safely down below or force being shot down. The pilot of my Dads plane landed down in a corn field below escorted by English Soldiers into a town called Lille, in the North of France near Belgium. This is where my Dad met my mom inside a local tavern and he asked if she would like to be his fianc�. My Mom answered Yes! They were married in France. After the War had ended my Mom came to the USA on a hospital ship called the Zebulon Vance. After the War had ended my Dad worked on P-51 Mustang's.

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  • This is my son; Steven Viramontes leaving to Afghan, March 2012 . He is born & raise here in Las Vegas. Graduated from Clark High School 2010Love the news at 4:30 - 7:00 then back again at 11:00Thank you so much,Olivia Chuk

  • Mayor goodman gave our kids flags� Garcia kids

  • Thank you to�all veterans�From Garcia family in north Las Vegas 89031 Garcia family

  • (RET) 1SG Telles, 21 years, USA

  • Hello - Happy Veteran's Day! My husband is an entertainer here in Las Vegas. I am proud of him for that, but even more proud of him for serving his country. Please see attached....Thank you!�Adele Poole Paige Poole - Entertainer & Veteran. Sent in by wife, Adele Poole

  • my son, Raymond Whitney Wilkins, USMC-in Iraq 2003,submitted by Lisa Scow Wilkins Lisa Scow Wilkins

  • my father R L Scow , United States Army Air Corp-WWII-we was a navigator

  • This is a picture of my father, Bob Gaba, who is a proud Vietnam Veteran. He went to Nam at age 19 & came home in 1967. He and his brothers didn't get the welcome they deserved. As a proud daughter, I make sure he is celebrated every year! Our Veterans are TRUE HEROES! His proud daughter, Lynn Dilloo

  • Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003. Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device air

  • My Uncle, James D. Potter, United States Army with my mother (his sister) Patsy Lou.submitted by Lisa Scow Wilkins Lisa Scow Wilkins

  • This picture is of the squad that my husband and I were in . He's on far left on bottom, I'm in the middle. We met in Iraq in 2003. Phillip and Tina Campbell

  • First picture is of my husband Phillip Campbell coming home from second tour in Iraq in 2009, and the second picture is of our squad that we were in. He's on the far left on bottom, I'm in the middle. We met in Iraq in 2003. Tina Campbell

  • Veterans Day at riverside national cemetary 2012

  • This picture was taken in Hawaii around 1937-38. It is of the same group of the proud American Miller family that you showed twice on your newscasts this last Friday Nov 8. Wouldn't it be interesting to show both of these pictures on your newscasts on Veterans Day? After all they did serve more than 88 years in the Navy, Army and Air Force. Thanks, John Miller of Henderson

  • Hi Megan here is a pic of today's 5K Run in Denver Colorado. Shouting out to all the veterans to have a safe blessed VDay. Army pride SFC Hernandez

  • This photo is contributed in hopes it will be shown on Armed Forces Day. The photo is of the Miller family in 1954. CWO Miller was close to his retirement on 30 years in the U.S. Navy. The others are his sons shown in the early years of their careers in the Air Force, Navy and Army. Upon their retirements the Miller family had served more than 88 1/2 years on active duty in the Armed Forces. Thanks, John Miller of Henderson John Miller of Henderson

  • Food drive for veterans