Live Video Replay: Remembrance Day Parade

November 11, 2016

Crowds of people lined Front Street for the Remembrance Day Parade this morning [Nov 11] to pay their respects to the Bermudians who served in the two World Wars of the 20th century and other conflicts, many of whom did not return home after making the ultimate sacrifice.

Acting Governor Ginny Ferson, Premier Michael Dunkley and the Opposition Leader David Burt and other dignitaries laid wreaths to pay tribute to the war veterans.

Units on parade included Bermuda’s War Veterans; Bermuda Regiment; Bermuda Regiment Band & Corps of Drums; Bermuda Regiment Gun Troop; Bermuda Regiment Junior Leaders; Bermuda Cadet Corps; Bermuda Police; Bermuda Sea Cadets; Salvation Army Band; North Village Band & Somerset Brigade Band & Bermuda Islands Pipe Band; and St. John Ambulance Brigade.

The ceremony has just concluded, and we will have a full photo gallery later on and in the meantime the 50-minute live video replay is below, and you can view all our coverage of Remembrance Day here.

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  1. Thanks to P.L.P. for getting de Black Vets their War Pension.

  2. Takbir Karriem Sharrieff says:

    Thank you for sacrificing your lives,,,family comforts,,,and dedicating your time efforts and good will to protecting our safety……we are greatly indebted to you and appreciative .Peace.

  3. To all War Vet’s we Honor and Salute you always and and thankful and grateful to you and your fallen comrades who have gone on, but one interesting comment was that of a vet, who say’s how despicable the custom’s office building’s roof look and that they never freshen up the painting of the roof or the building in time to Honor the Vet’s, as it is a eye sore, and to know that some around the World are watching live as the parade unfolds, and that the Custom’s building is always a center piece as it is all eyes on that building as the activities of the most important part of the parade is in process.

    I told him that this was a very important observation and it should be address.