DLIFLC troops march in Marina parade
PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. - The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center's Joint Service Color Guard, along with marching units from each military service branch, received standing applause from the enthusiastic crowds gathered during Marina's traditional Labor Day Parade and Family Festival Sept. 3.

PRESIDIO OF MONTEREY, Calif. - Following a two-year hiatus, the City of Marina hosted its traditional Labor Day Parade and Family Festival Sept. 3.

The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center's Joint Service Color Guard, along with marching units from each military service branch, received standing applause from the enthusiastic crowds gathered along Reservation Road and Vista Del Camino Circle.

The parade route spanned about four city blocks and had a strong military presence, including a mix of veterans and active-duty military personnel, in celebration of the city's historical ties with the former Fort Ord military post.

To view more parade photos and other pictures from the Presidio of Monterey, visit http://tiny.cc/le30j.

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