Photo by myself at Fifth Avenue, around 35th Street.
A group of high school kids marching in the Veteran's Day Parade for Operation Comfort stopped in the middle of Fifth Avenue. They looked up at the Empire State Building, which rises up 102 stories from the street.
Operation Comfort is an organization that helps wounded military and their families. They coordinate donations from the general public and schedule activities for seriously wounded vets to enjoy.
For more about Operation Comfort, click here.
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