Military Contingent

San Diego LGBT Pride: Military Contingent

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WELCOME SERVICE MEMBERS, ALLIED FORCES, VETERANS, AND FAMILIES!

In 2011, San Diego became the first city in the nation to have a contingent specifically for service members and veterans in its annual Pride Parade. Ever since, the Contingent has been a key part of this signature event.

This 2017 for the 43rd Anniversary San Diego Pride, we are continuing our tradition of welcoming all members of the United States armed forces, members of allied forces, and family members to join the Pride Parade Military Contingent. We are proud to honor those who have served our country, both here and abroad, and we provide this opportunity to recognize them during San Diego’s largest civic event.

For free registration to walk with the Military Contingent in this year’s parade on Saturday, July XXth at 11am, please fill out the form below.

Please see Uniform Regulation Links below. 
Again: Active duty service members must check with their commanding officer for additional information, direction, and instructions on wearing their uniform in the parade.

Uniform Regulations: ArmyNavyMarinesCoast GuardAir Force

After you register, we’ll send you additional information, via e-mail, about check-in and other details that you’ll need to know for the day of the parade.

Check out this article from LA Times on our Pride 2015 parade!

For questions and information please contact Kelly Gilliland at [email protected].