In advance of Veterans Day, Brazos Valley residents turned out to downtown Bryan this weekend to pay tribute.
Young and old alike waived flags Sunday, as veterans walked or rode in the Bryan Rotary Club Veterans Parade.
Several marching bands serenaded those honoring service men and women.
Parade goers were also treated to a WW II convoy from the museum of the American G.I., and even got to see General Patton himself.
Veterans Day is Tuesday, November 11th.
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