Chattanooga News Chronicle - September 18, 2015
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A local resident offers Thanks to a U. S. Service Member on the parade route for his service and sacrifice for the country. Military Humvees display some serious weaponry in parade! Far right, U.S. Navy Blue Angel fighter jets stir up the already excited crowds during concert event! (Photos: Bobby Puryear)
The Chattanooga Unite: Tribute on the River pa- rade, concert, and fundraiser were held Wednes- day in tribute to the lives of Gunnery Sgt. Thom- as Sullivan, StaffSgt. David Wyatt, Sgt. Carson Holmquist, Lance Cpl. Squire Skip Wells and Navy Petty Officer Randall Smith.
Chattanooga Native Samuel L. Jackson speaks with local media during event. United States Navy service members greet hundreds on the Chattanoogas River Front. Wife of fallen hero, StaffSgt. David Wyatt, thanks supporters before taking the stage. Tyner Academy Marching Band was one of many high school bands to perform during the Tribute on the River parade. Cheerleaders from Howard School marched in support of Chattanoogas Fallen Heroes.Previous Page