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Inaugural Parade Begins At The Pentagon, Moves To D.C.

Jan 21, 2013 (Morning Edition) — After George Washington took his oath of office he was joined by a procession made up of local militias as he made his way from Mount Vernon to New York City. These days, the parade is a colorful blend of marching bands, floats and different organizations -- led by ceremonial military regiments.

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