Alabama Veterans Day 2016

3rd Annual Family 5K Fun Run/Walk & 10K Veteran Challenge

Saturday, October 10, 2015
Veterans Memorial Park • 4800 Valleydale Rd Hoover, AL 35242

2015 Alabama Veterans Day Events

Birmingham's Veterans Day

Date: November 11, 2014

Venue: Birmingham, Alabama

Anniston 2014 Veterans Day Parade

Date: November 11, 2014

Venue: 15th Street to 9th Street on Noble Street

Veterans Day Celebration in Mobile

Date: November 11, 2014

Location and directions: 
USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park

Veterans Day Tribute

Date: November 9, 2014

Location and directions: 
Alabama-Veterans-Memorial-Park

Alabama Veterans Day 2013

Veterans Day in Alabama

Every year veterans day celebrates in birmingham city.Veterans day is not a memorial day, the main motto of this organisation isto salute those men and women who have served their country,Veterans day is the non-profitable organisation formed in 1945

Veterans Day Run

Date: Start: Sunday, November 10, 2013 @ 2:00 pm (CST)

Address: Douglas J. Watson Municipal Complex
171 North Ross Street
Auburn,AL36830

Event Schedule-NationalVeterans Day 2013

Date

Time

Event Location

11-10-2013

1:30PM

100th WWI Anniversary Ceremony

AlabamaVeterans Memorial Park

11-10-2013

4:30P.M

Raymond Weeks Memorial Service

LinnPark

11-10-2013

5:45P.M

Distinguished Guests Reception

BJCC East Ballroom

11-10-2013

7:00P.M

National Veterans Award Dinner

BJCC East Ballroom

11-11-2013

9:30A.M

Veterans Memorial Service

Cathedral Church of the Advent

11-11-2013

11:00A.M

World Peace Luncheon

BJCC East Ballroom

11-11-2013

1:30P.M

National Veterans Day Parade

Parade Route

NationalVeterans Day 2013 Parade

Begins at 1:30 PM

Start: Eighth Avenue North and 19th Street
South on 19th Street to Fifth Avenue North
East on Fifth Avenue to 22nd Street
South on 22nd Street to Second Avenue North
West on Second Avenue to 18th Street
North on 18th Street to Sixth Avenue North

National Veterans Award Dinner

National Veterans Award for 2012 is Colonel George Everette "Bud" Day.
National Veteran Award Dinner Speaker will be colonel joseph W.Johnston, US.Army Retired

National Veterans Award Recipients

2013 The Tuskegee Airmen (WWII - 99th Fighter Squadron) represented by LTC James Harvey, III (Retired)
2012 Colonel George Everette "Bud" Day, USAF Retired
2011 Colonel William M. Voigt, USAFR, Retired
2010 General Charles C. Krulak, USMC (Retired)
2009 Admiral Frank B. Kelso II
2008 Lt. General G.R. (Ron) Christmas, USMC Retired, President and CEO of the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation
2007 H.C. "Barney" Barnum, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Reserve Affairs and a recipient of the Medal of Honor
2006 Lieutenant General Harold. G. Moore, U.S. Army (Retired)
2005 Colonel Leo K. Thorsness
2004 Major General Donald R. Gardner, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
2003 Major Bert Bank
2002 Lieutenant General Robert F. Foley, U.S. Army (Retired)
2001 Major General J. Gary Cooper, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
2000 General Carl E. Mundy, Jr., Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps
1999 General Dennis J. Reimer
1998 General George A. Joulwan
1997 Colonel Ola Lee Mize
1996 General Raymond G. Davis
1995 Colonel William R. Lawley, Jr., Rear Admiral Eugene B. Fluckey, Master Sergeant Henry E. Erwin, Captain Maurice Britt, Captain Jack Lucas
1994 Lieutenant General John J. Yeosock
1993 Major General Mary E. Clarke, Rear Admiral Fran McKee
1992 General Charles Horner, Commander, U.S. Space Command
1991 Senator Daniel Inouye
1990 General William J. Livsey, Commander, Eighth Army
1989 Senator Howell Heflin
1988 Senator Sam Nunn
1987 Vernon A. Walters, Ambassador to the United Nations
1986 Senator Barry M. Goldwater
1985 General Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
1984 Congressman G.V. "Sonny" Montgomery
1983 Brigadier General Joseph J. Foss
1982 Admiral Hyman G. Rickover
1981 Captain Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
1980 General Louis Wilson, Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps
1979 Admiral Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of Naval Operations
1978 Brigadier General Paul W. Tibbits, Jr.
1977 General William C. Westmoreland, Chief of Staff, U.S. Army
1976 Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong
1975 General Lewis B. Hershey, Director Selective Service System
1974 Admiral Thomas H. Moorer, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
1973 Charles A. Lindberg
1972 Brigadler General James Stewart
1971 Lieutenant General James Doolittle
1970 General Omar N. Bradley, General of the Army
1969 Colonel Roscoe Turner
1968 General Lauris Norstad, NATO Commander
1967 Donald M. Kendall, CEO, Pepsi-Cola Company
1966 General Paul D. Adams, Strike Commander
1965 General David Sarnoff, Chairman of the Board, RCA
1964 General J. Lawton Collins
1963 General Mathew B. Ridgeway
1962 John S. Gleason, National Administrator of Veterans Affairs
1961 General James A. Van Fleet
1960 Sumner G. Whittier, Chief of the Veterans Administration
1959 General Alfred M. Gruenther, President of the American Red Cross
1958 Governor Ernest Vandiver of Georgia, Governor E.F. Hollings of South Carolina and Governor John Patterson of Alabama
1957 General Lucius D. Clay, Chairman of the Board, Continental Can Company
1956 General Mark Clark, President of the Citadel
1955 Harvey V. Higley, National Administrator of Veterans Affairs
1954 Congressman Edward H. Rees

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