(U.S. Army photo by Sgt. David Edge, 11th ACR)

It may not be the parade he wanted, but Donald Trump may finally get the chance to show off some of the military's hardware in the nation's capital.

The Defense Department is working on a request from the White House to have static displays of military vehicles and an F-35 flyover for the July 4th "Salute to America" in Washington, D.C., Task & Purpose has learned. No decisions have been made yet about what type of vehicles could be used.

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AP Photo/Joseph Kaczmarek.

If you hear a dull thud roughly every two seconds, that’s the sound of your favorite Pentagon correspondent banging his head against the desk every time someone utters the word “parade.”

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U.S. Army Reserve/Master Sgt. Michel Sauret

Americans didn’t shed a lot of tears over President Donald Trump’s abrupt decision to cancel his plans for a military parade, according to a poll released Wednesday.

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U.S. Army Reserve/Master Sgt. Michel Sauret

Defense officials didn’t brief President Donald Trump on cost estimates for his long-desired military parade before he canceled it last week, the Pentagon announced Monday, seemingly contradicting the president’s own statements on the matter.

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U.S. Army Reserve/Master Sgt. Michel Sauret

President Donald Trump has officially canceled his proposed military parade, originally scheduled for November 10, in a series of Friday morning tweets:

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Associated Press/Andrew Harnik

The American Legion said in a statement Thursday that money that will be spent on an upcoming military parade "would be better spent fully funding the Department of Veteran Affairs and giving our troops and their families the best care possible."

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