Welcome Home Parade Comes to Avenida Del Mar

Patriotic Military Parade in San Clemente, June 14 at 10 am

Mark your calendars! Come one and come all. On Flag Day, Thursday, June 14 at 10 a.m. — for the first time in 20 years — San Clemente is having a large, patriotic military parade. It starts at the corner of Avenida Del Mar and proceeds down our main street to Park Semper Fi, where there will be an honor and memorial ceremony at 11 a.m.

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Memorial Day's 'keeper of the flame'

MISSION VIEJO – It was a day of thanks. A day of remembrance. And a day of gratitude in Mission Viejo, where grandmothers donned American flag shirts and children held signs reading, "Thank you for your service."

"This day means a lot to me," said retired Marine Master Sgt. Tom Spry, 86, who survived beach landings at both Guam and Okinawa during World War II. "It's a day to honor all those who answered the call."

Spry was one of nearly 500 people at Mission Viejo's Memorial Day ceremony Monday.

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Jack Warren of San Diego's Finest Interviews AHT President Jon Martin

Jack Warren, the voice of San Diego's Finest, interviews, American Heroes Tribute President, Jon Martin.

American Heroes Tribute Memorial Banner Recipients Received A Particular Honor

American Heroes Tribute | American Heroes Tribute Memorial Banner Recipients Received A Particular Honor

Major Charles Robert Soltes, Jr., one of American Heroes Tribute Memorial Banner Recipients received a particular honor recently, Los Angeles KABC 7 New reports:

"The Veterans Affairs' newest blind rehabilitation center in Long Beach was officially dedicated Wednesday, January 25, 2012, along with other buildings at the Long Beach Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

The center was named after the first military optometrist ever killed in the line of duty. Major Charles Soltes, Jr., 36, was killed by an explosion in Iraq."

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Banners In Discovery Bay Pay Tribute To Fallen Service Members

American Heroes Tribute | Banners In Discovery Bay Pay Tribute To Fallen Service Members

On the streets of Discovery Bay, banners hang in tribute to more than two dozen men and women from the Bay Area who died while serving in the military. Juliette Goodrich reports.

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The Valley Chronicle, Hemet, CA

Faces of Heroes | Banner images pay triibute to soliders killed in Iraq

The Orange County Register

Tribute to Fallen

Tribute to Fallen | Other O.C. sites will display banner

Tribute to Fallen | Arovista pupils

The Orange County Register

Immigrant Hero

Immigrant Hero | National Guardsman known for selflessness

Sun Post News

Banners Fly for Nation's Fallen

Banners Fly for Nation's Fallen | Families, Veterans, Community Members Honor Military

Banners Fly for Nation's Fallen | Grant Bjorn, CEO of American Heroes Tribute

Banners Fly for Nation's Fallen

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