Less than a month after the Trump administration unveiled a fiscal 2019 budget that included $3 trillion in cuts, USA defense officials late Friday released plans for the parade which has been scheduled for November 11, Veteran's Day.
His original vision for the parade, in which soldiers would march down boulevards alongside tanks, was expected to cost between $10 million and $30 million, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said last month.
The idea for a parade appears to have been rekindled when the president visited Paris for Bastille Day in July and made no secret of his awe for the pomp and ceremony of the occasion.
But the event will "include a heavy air component at the end of the parade", meaning lots of airplane flyovers.
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The memo, with Thursday's date, says its goal is to "provide initial guidance for the planning and execution" of a procession that would run from the White House to the Capitol and integrate with the city's annual Veterans Day parade.
The Pentagon, however - following its Commander-in-Chief's orders - is marching ahead with plans for the military parade.
Northern Command, which oversees US troops in North America, will execute the parade.
The parade Trump was referring to is the Bastille Day parade he attended past year in Paris. First reports of plans for a parade came out last month when The Washington Post reported that Trump had met with high-ranking officials and told them he wanted a parade "like the one in France".
"President Trump is incredibly supportive of America's great servicemembers who risk their lives every day to keep our country safe", White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said after news got out.