May 28, 2018


Sponsored by the United Military Veterans of Kings County

Lest We Forget


Mission Statement

To educate a diverse audience that includes Veteran
groups, civic organizations, business leaders, educational institutions
and the general public on the importance of Memorial Day.The United
Military Veterans of Kings County will schedule, plan and execute an
annual parade on Memorial Day to include a memorial service to honor and
remember those who lost their lives in the defense of our nation.
Throughout the year, the United Military Veterans of Kings County will
promote the significant impact and contributions all Veterans have made
throughout our nations history.

Parade Route

Check in with Street Marshals no later than 9:30AM at 3rd Ave. & 77th St. on May 28, 2018. The parade route is from 78th St. and Third Ave., along Third Ave. to Marine Ave., up to Fourth Ave. and over to John Paul Jones Park on 101st St. and Fourth Ave. for the memorial service. All marchers will enter the park in formation to pass in review by the grandstand. Marchers will then be directed to a location on the field for the ceremony. NOTE: There will be no band performances in front of the grandstand and no solicitation or campaigning along the parade route.


our PAST 2017 Grand Marshals

We were honored to have Lt. Gen. John A. Toolan, Jr. USMC (with his wife Helen) and Korean War Veteran Prisco DeAngeles (with his wife Ruth) serve as our Grand Marshals for Brooklyn's 150th Memorial Day Parade and look forward to selecting our Marshals for Brooklyn's 151st Memorial Day Parade in 2018. Parade chairman Ray Aalbue and Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams join the Grand Marshals join them last year. 


OUR 2017 Deputy Grand MarshalS

Special Guests

Call to March



All Veterans, bands, civic and corporate groups, schools and church groups, and motorcycle clubs are invited to participate in Brooklyn's 151st Memorial Day Parade on May 28, 2018.

General Membership meetings will be held at the US Army Garrison Fort Hamilton starting at 6:30PM on Mondays March 19, April 16, and the last meeting before the  parade on May 14 in the Post Chapel at 219 Grimes Road. 

It is important to call 917-886-0784 and give your name and the name of the organization you represent to gain access to the installation. All who want to march should attend.