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The Online Books Page. presents serial archive listings for. Military Parade. Military Parade is a "magazine of the military industrial complex" covering the Russian defense industry. Publication History. The magazine began publication in It is still published today. Persistent Archives of Complete Issues. 7 Feb President Trump has spoken of his desire for a grand military parade since the early days of his presidency. During a January 18 meeting, he directed top generals to organize such a parade on the scale of France's Bastille Day celebrations, reports Greg Jaffe and Philip Rucker for The Washington Post. The Military Parade Publishing House offers: Voyenny Parad and Military Parade magazines- the unique source of information about the activities of the defense industry enterprises; Russia's Arms catalogs presenting main types of Russian- made armaments and military equipment. They are distributed in 80 countries of .
9 Feb America's military has been constantly at war since 9/11, yet it's been more than 26 years since we've had a national military parade honoring those serving— even though doing so has long been an American tradition. Ironically, in a country in which millions routinely turn out for huge parades for sports. 10 Feb Trump's military parade is just one more example of how far we've traveled from longstanding traditions. Joshua Zeitz, a Politico Magazine contributing editor, is the author of Building the Great Society: Inside Lyndon Johnson's White House, which will be released on January Follow him. 8 Feb If you wanted to come up with a parody of the Trump years, it'd be hard to get any better than the president proposing a parade, and the opposition erupting in outrage. The Pentagon has confirmed that it is in the preliminary stages of planning a military parade down Pennsylvania Avenue — one of.
7 Feb Eager to show off American military might, President Donald Trump has tasked Pentagon planners to design an attention-grabbing parade in the nation's capital bristling with warplanes, hulking vehicles, and marching uniformed service members. “President Trump is incredibly supportive of America's great. 7 Feb President Trump may finally get his military parade. Trump had mused before his inauguration last year about having the armed forces march through Washington to mark his taking office but was reportedly rebuffed by the Pentagon. But now, according to a report by the Washington Post, plans are. 8 Feb Donald Trump has asked the Pentagon for a military parade. “I want a parade like the one in France,” he said, referring to a Bastille Day procession he attended, according to the Washington Post. This can hardly tell us anything new about the President; he has expressed his wish for a display of American.