Portland's Veterans Day parade makes it way down Congress Street on Monday morning, Nov. 11.
U.S. Marine Sgt. Brendon O'Toole, left, makes his way down Congress Street as part of the Veterans Day parade, accompanied by Portland Police Chief Michael J. Sauschuck. O'Toole finished his "Run For Veterans," a one-year, 3,600-mile fundraiser, at East End Beach.
Parade grand marshall and decorated World War II veteran George Bacillo enjoys the remainder of the parade after riding down Congress Street in Portland at the head of the procession.
Portland Veterans Day parade and ceremonies ended Monday at Monument Square with the playing of taps and a salute from troops.
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