Portland, Maine held a community parade last Friday, during which 30,000 people showed up to pay tribute to America’s war veterans.
The parade featured veterans of every war since WWII, bands, floats and six of the World Champion New England Patriots and owner Bob Kraft, with all three of their Vince Lombardi trophies in tow! The Pats made it clear that they were there to salute Maine’s heroes — not to be saluted themselves.
Two Jumbotron screens with a live satellite hookup for a family reunion with area soldiers in Baghdad and a personal greeting from President Bush added to the festivities.
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