The Red, White, and Blue city of Warner Robins is celebrating Veterans Day the right way.
The International City held a wreath laying ceremony in honor of its veterans.
Veterans and their family came out to honor one another, as well as catch up with some familiar faces.
The ceremony started with a brief motorcycle parade by the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Club, as well as the U.S. Veterans Motorcycle Club.
The speaker of the event was former Command Chief Master Sergeant Danny Johnson.
Donuts and coffee were given to the honorees, as well as a miniature poppy flower.
Warner Robins further honored their veterans by renaming First Street, Armed Forces Blvd.
Mayor Chuck Shaheen also says they plan to build a memorial park sometime in the near future.