November 18, 2019
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Independence Day parade at Tallinn’s Freedom Square in honour of the 101th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia. Over 900 people in uniform from Estonia and allied countries took part in the parade dedicted to the 101th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, held this year at Tallinn’s Freedom Square. The parade was led by Commander of the Estonian Defence Forces (EDF) Maj. Gen. Martin Herem and overseen by President Kersti Kaljulaid. Among those represented in the parade were all branches of the EDF, the Estonian National Defence College (KVÜÕA), the Baltic Defence College, the Guard Battalion of the Military Police, the Headquarters Support and Signal Battalion of the Cyber Command, the 1st and Second Infantry Brigades, the Support Command, the Special Operations Command, the Tallinn District of the volunteer Estonian Defence League (Kaitseliit), and the Women’s Voluntary Defence Organisation (Naiskodukaitse). Of Estonia’s allies, Germany, Denmark, France, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and the United States all participated in the parade with colour guards of their own. Also present were British and Belgian units from NATO Battle Group Estonia as well as a unit from the United States Marines Corps (USMC). Equipment on display at the parade included the UK’s Challenger tank, the AS-90 self-propelled howitzer, and the Piranha armoured vehicle of the Belgian Army. The planned military flyover was cancelled due to unsuitable weather conditions.

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