The National Gold Star Families Memorial Day Parade remembers those families who lost loved ones to war. We honor your fallen soldier and stand with you remembering their service to our nation.

Scott Burgener, Director of the Mountain View High School Band shares his thoughts about the parade

Parents of participants of the Parade talk about the value of the parade experience

Former Governor Abercrombie addresses the parade participants during the opening Ceremony

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Hawaii - National  Gold-Star Families Memorial Day Parade

As the world commemorates the 75th Anniversary of WWII, The American Gold-Star Families Memorial Day Parade pays tribute to those families who lost their family member in defense of our nation.  There is no more fitting salute than to honor those who paid the ultimate cost for freedom. 

 

The theme of the Parade is "remembering our past and celebrating our future."  The purpose of the parade is to honor and pay respect to all our veterans, active duty military, their families, and especially the Gold-Star families.  The parade takes place each year in Hawaii on Memorial Day Weekend.

May 23, 2020

The 2020 American Gold-Star Families Memorial Day Parade is an official event of the WWII 75 Years Commemoration, and will honor all veterans and those families whose loved ones never came home.

This historic year will mark the 75th Anniversary of the End of World War II. The USS Missouri is now anchored at Pearl Harbor. It is upon her decks that the Surrender was signed  

Pearl Harbor Survivor shares a great story with the Chantilly Band during their visit to Pearl Harbor

Remember

WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE SERVICE AND SACRIFICE OF THOSE WHO WERE WILLING TO GIVE ALL FOR LIBERTY

“The willingness of America’s veterans to sacrifice for our country has earned them our lasting gratitude.”

 

– Jeff Miller

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