A group of veterans and others plan to continue the tradition of the Va. Ten Miler Color Guard tomorrow, even though the 10-Miler itself was canceled this year because of COVID.   Tomorrow morning, 30 runners will gather at EC Glass High School – where the race usually starts – and carry 30 flags along the entire course.   They include Lynchburg Police Chief Ryan Zuidema, Fire Chief Greg Wormser, combat veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, and 14-year-old Natalee Powers, whose uncle was one of the Bedford Boys killed on D-Day.  Veteran Steve Bozeman was among the first 9-member Color Guard  2001 following the September 11th terrorist attacks. He spoke with the MorningLine.