Veterans Day through the years around our region Nov 11, 2019 Nov 11, 2019 0 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save 1961 This Veterans Day photo was published in the Winston-Salem Sentinel in 1961. Journal file photo 1980 Charley Carriker lays a commemorative wreath at the base of a marker honoring war veterans in November 1980. John Stowe, at attention, awaits orders before leading a squad in a 21-gun salute. They two were participating in Veterans Day ceremonies at Oak Ridge Military Academy near Greensboro. Cookie Snyder | Journal file pho 1982 Melissa Brendle, left, and Robin Caraway participate in the first downtown Veterans Day Parade in Winston-Salem in November 1982. The two were members of the ROTC program at Anderson High School. Allie Brown | Journal file photo 1987 The honor guard from East Forsyth High School marches in the downtown Winston-Salem Veterans Day Parade in November 1987. Scott Hoffman | Journal file pho 1990 First Baptist Church Day Care students watch a Veterans Day Parade with flags they made in November 1990. Charlie Buchanan | Journal file photo 1992 Ronald Brown, left, and Paul Frazier of American Legion post 220 carry colors during Veterans Day parade on Liberty Street on Nov. 11 1992. Journal file photo 1999 Payton Kelly, 4, of Mocksville, clutches a flag during Veterans Day observances in downtown Mocksville in November 1999. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 1999 Jim Harbin, right, a Pearl Harbor Survivor, joined other Davie County veterans in a salute to fallen comrades during Veteran's Day observances in Mocksville on Nov. 11, 1999. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2000 Joseph B. Walker Sr. gave the Veterans Day speech at Winston-Salem State University in November 2000. Walker served in the Marine Corps during World War II and was one of the first African Americans to be trained in the Marine Corps. David Sandler | Journal file photo 2000 Veterans Day Parade Chairman Bill Elam of American Legion Post 55 signals for the Veteran Day Parade to begin its procession down Fourth Street toward downtown Winston-Salem in November 2000. Ted Richardson | Journal file photo 2000 The Veterans Day Parade color guard in November 2000 was comprised of cadets from North Forsyth High School's Air Force ROTC. Here it makes its way up First Street while spectators and other parade participants move south down Liberty street. Ted Richardson | Journal file photo 2000 A crowd waves flags along Fourth Street in downtown Winston-Salem as a dance troupe from Vogler's Studio passes by during the Veterans Day Parade in November 2000. Ted Richardson | Journal file photo 2001 A number of spectators at the 2001 Veterans Day parade carried flags to support the marchers, although most were not this large. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2001 Robert Barkin (from left), Paul Frazier and Herbert Sligh participated in the 2001 Veterans Day parade through downtown. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2001 A flag-waving, enthusiastic crowd lined the streets of downtown Winston-Salem for the Veterans Day parade on Nov. 12, 2001. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2001 Veteran Richard Rice folds the American flag during the Clemmons Veterans Day ceremony in November 2002. The flag is reflected in his glasses. Bruce Chapman | Journal file photo 2002 Photo by Bruce Chapman: Members of the Piedmont A Model Restoration Club participate in the recent Veteran's Day Parade in November 2002. Bruce Chapman | Journal file photo 2002 Students on the bleachers watching 2002 Veterans Day observances at North Davie Middle School had a part in the ceremony when they unfurled rolls of red, white, and blue paper to create a giant U.S. flag. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2002 An honor guard of veterans from the Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard participated in a Veterans Day observance at North Davie Middle School on Nov. 8, 2002. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2004 Alex Kohan salutes marchers in a Veterans Day Parade through downtown Winston-Salem in November 2004. David Rolfe | Journal file photo 2004 Benjamin Flippen, left, and Nelson Paredes stand at attention as they wait for balloons to be released by Lucille Nichols at a 2004 Veterans Day Memorial Service at Westlawn Gardens. Both are ROTC students at West Forsyth High School. Jennifer Rotenizer | Journal file photo 2004 Lucille Nichols, left, is escorted by West Forsyth ROTC student Josh Hubbard during a 2004 Veterans Day Memorial Service at Westlawn Gardens of Memory. Nichols placed a wreath at a memorial. Jennifer Rotenizer | Journal file photo 2006 Parade goers get a view of the North Carolina Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association, AH-1 Cobra gunship during the annual Veterans Day parade along Fourth Street in Winston-Salem in November 2006. Bruce Chapman | Journal file photo 2007 Asleigh Williams, a Senior at East Forsyth, barks out the cadence for the ROTC squad during the 2007 Veterans Day parade along the Fourth Street portion of the parade route in Winston-Salem, Bruce Chapman | Journal file photo 2008 Captain Jason Bellotto, left, of the Army National Guard and Master Sergeant Jud Lamphear were grand marshals in a parade observing Veterans Day in 2008. BRUCE CHAPMAN | Journal file photo 2010 Four-year-old Brian Neal of Clemmons holds an American flag as he watches the Winston-Salem Veterans Day Parade from Fourth Street on Nov. 14, 2010. LAUREN CARROLL | Journal file photo 2010 From left, Adam Smith, Brian Plyler, Aaron Loftin, Patrick Clark, Rein Tarikas, and Derek Banks; members of the Davidson County Marine Corps League, re-enact the flag raising at Iwo Jima as they enter the annual Veteran's Day parade along the parade route in Lexington, N.C., on Thursday November 11, 2010. Bruce Chapman | Journal file photo 2011 Members of the Mount Tabor High School Army R.O.T.C march in the Veterans Parade in downtown Winston-Salem on Friday, Nov. 11, 2011. Journal file photo 2012 Atkins High School junior Emmett Woods, left, a Master Sergeant in the high school's JROTC program, prepares for the Veterans Day parade with other members of his unit on Saturday, November 10, 2012, in Winston-Salem. ANDREW DYE | Journal file photo 2013 Raymond Stilley participates in the 2013 Veterans Day parade along the Fourth Street portion of the parade route in Winston-Salem on Nov. 9, 2013. BRUCE CHAPMAN | Journal file photo 2013 Members of the American Legion Post 290 Honor Guard fired a 21 gun salute during Veterans Day services in King's Central Park on Nov. 11, 2013. DAVID ROLFE | Journal file photo 2014 Journal photo by Bruce Chapman -- 11/08/14 --Members of the North Forsyth High School ROTC program prepare to enter the 2014 Veterans Day Parade along Fourth Street in Winston-Salem. BRUCE CHAPMAN 2014 C.J. Dwiggens, of the Davie County Fire and Rescue Honor Guard, played "Taps" during Veterans Day observances in Mocksville on Nov. 11, 2014. DAVID ROLFE | Journal file photo 2016 Foundations preschool students watch the Winston-Salem Veterans Day parade Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. Walt Unks/Journal 2016 Walkertown marching band members perform in the Winston-Salem Veterans Day parade Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. Walt Unks/Journal 2017 Scouts from Troop 934 filled a cart to ride in the Veterans Day parade through downtown Winston-Salem on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017. 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