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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast News is providing a live stream of Jacksonville's Veterans Day Parade, The parade is also being broadcast on the Live Doppler Channel 25.2, and Xfinity (Comcast) cable channel 201. If you use a different cable provider, see the bottom of this story for a complete list of providers that carry the Live Doppler Channel 25.2.
The Grand Marshals this year are:
- Mayor Alvin Brown, City of Jacksonville
- Governor Rick Scott, Governor of Florida
- Adjudant General Titshaw
- Mr. Bill Clinton, oldest Jacksonville veteran - 99 years old
- Ms. Olive Davis, oldest Jacksonville female veteran - 100 years old
- Mr. Frank Heppner, U.S. Army - Enlisted in 1943
- Col. Carl Crumpler, U.S. Air Force - Commissioned in 1950
2011 Veterans Day Parade coverage (story continues after video)
The City of Jacksonville expects more than 4,000 participants that will include grand marshals, senior military officials, active-duty and retired military units, veterans groups, local high school marching bands, military organizations, decorative floats, giant balloons, JROTC units and more.
If you're heading downtown for the parade, you'll find three trolleys running from 7:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. One trolley will run until 2 p.m. Trolley stops for the parade are located at:
Lot E | Bay and Hogan | Forsyth Street, just before Lee Street | Bay Street, behind POCC parking lot.
After the parade, watch First Coast News beginning at 5 on WJXX-ABC 25 and WTLV-NBC 12 for a complete wrap-up and check firstcoastnews.com to see if we catch you or someone you know on camera at the parade.
Channel 91 - ATC Cablevision