In addition to the Estonian military, the military took part in the parade from other countries, in particular from the United States of America, Lithuania and Latvia.
Estonian general Riho Terras assumed command of the parade, and President Toomas Hendrik Ilves took the parade.
Separate military formations on the parade looked especially ominous ...
In the parade was involved and military equipment in the amount of more than 90 units.
At the action in the center of the Estonian capital came the locals, apparently to raise the degree of patriotism which was awarded flags with NATO symbols.
The parade culminated in the passage of NATO fighters on Tallinn patrolling the “free” Baltic skies and protecting Estonia from the “aggressor”.