Tarrant County Veterans Day Memorial Motorcade
Saluting Disabled American Veterans Everywhere
Wednesday, November 11th, 11 a.m.
Houston St., Downtown Fort Worth
Sept. 15, 2020
Vets Day parade planners moving forward
FORT WORTH – “The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has certainly impacted this year’s Veterans Day parade plans,” states Ken Cox, committee chairman with the Tarrant County Veterans Council, “but we’re still marching forward and adjusting our steps as we go.”
The TCVC parade planning group met recently to assess the situation. “We’re continuing our efforts to celebrate Veterans Day,” Cox notes, “but we feel it’s important to provide an update on what we intend to do.”
Feb. 1, 2020
Parade to salute disabled veterans everywhere
FORT WORTH – The Veterans Day 2020 theme is Vision: Veterans in Focus. This year’s Fort Worth parade will salute the DAV – A Century of Serving Veterans – honoring 100 years of service and support by the Disabled Veterans of America for the country’ injured and ill veterans and their families.
Tarrant County Veterans Council
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Nov. 17, 2019
Fort Hood's 1st Cav proudly road in 2019 Tarrant County Vets Day Parade
FORT WORTH – Blustering winds and plummeting temperatures couldn’t deter a group of mounted soldiers from proudly riding down Main Street last year as part of the 100th annual Tarrant County Veterans Day Parade.
The famed Horse Cavalry Detachment of the 1st Cavalry Division, based at Fort Hood, near Killeen, Texas, is one of seven mounted cavalry units on active duty in the United States Army, and they bring to life the spirit of the equestrian soldier wherever they perform.
(Mounted Soldiers featured below.)