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It wouldn’t be a parade in Beaufort without the Parris Island Marine Corps Band leading the way down Boundary Street on Tuesday, November 11, Veterans Day.

In honor of veterans’ service

Thousands of people took advantage of perfect weather and a day off to see the parade and pay tribute to veterans on Tuesday, Nov. 11. There was also a Veterans Day ceremony at the Beaufort National Cemetery. Photos by Bob Sofaly.

It wouldn’t be a parade in Beaufort without the Parris Island Marine Corps Band leading the way down Boundary Street on Tuesday, November 11, Veterans Day.
It wouldn’t be a parade in Beaufort without the Parris Island Marine Corps Band leading the way down Boundary Street on Tuesday, November 11, Veterans Day.
Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling waves to the crowd during the parade through downtown Beaufort.
Beaufort Mayor Billy Keyserling waves to the crowd during the parade through downtown Beaufort.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A U.S. Airman salutes Old Glory at the beginning of the annual Veterans Day parade.
A U.S. Airman salutes Old Glory at the beginning of the annual Veterans Day parade.
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