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Military tanks take over the DC streets for 4th of July celebrations

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Tanks were seen parading on the streets of DC, in preparation for President Donald Trump’s 4th of July celebration event. The President confirmed that tanks and other different military vehicles will be a common sight during his speech.

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Prior to the 4th of July festivities of the President, Military vehicles were seen moving on the National Mall late Tuesday night. On the day of the event there will be a parade of the military tanks and other vehicles followed by flyovers, sources confirmed.

The Associated Press Photographers managed to click some photographs of two Bradley Fighting Tanks seen to be parked in close proximity to the Lincoln Memorial.

Social media showcased videos of trucks carrying military tanks and vehicles on the streets of Washington DC. Other photographs were taken earlier show the mighty tanks stationed at the railway yards in the National Capital.

The president’s “Salute to America” takes place this Thursday and has the agenda to honour the United States Military. Donald Trump is said to have plans to deliver a speech on the occasion.

This may sound smooth going but nevertheless, the Trump protesters plan on burning flags and fly a Trump baby balloon.

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The pictures show the military vehicles parked and on the streets of Washington DC.

Military tanks take over the DC streets for 4th of July celebrations

A reporter in front of a Bradley Fighting Vehicle

Military tanks take over the DC streets for 4th of July celebrations

A Bradley Fighting Vehicle parked in front of Lincoln Memorial.

Military tanks take over the DC streets for 4th of July celebrations

A worker seen washing a tank, getting it ready for the parade.

What exactly takes place on the event only time can tell.

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