TULSA - Thousands gathered in downtown Tulsa Monday for the annual Veterans Day parade.
It was the city's 94th annual veterans parade.
According to the organizing committee, Tulsa's parade is the fifth largest Veterans Day parade in the nation.
This year's grand marshal was veteran and 1st District Congressman-elect Jim Bridenstine.
"I love it," said Vietnam veteran Gordon Randolph. "We love interacting with the people and seeing the other veterans around here. It's a great thing."
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