The Vietnam People’s Air Force and Army bear national flags in a proud display of patriotism.

A majestic display of military might and national pride.

A symbol of national unity and strength, the Vietnamese national emblem leads the parade.

A grand military parade commemorating the 70th anniversary of the Dien Bien Phu Victory, a pivotal moment in Vietnam’s history.

Lieutenant General Nguyen Trong Binh, a symbol of Vietnam’s military leadership and prowess.

A diverse range of Vietnam’s armed forces, militia members, combatants, officers, and peacekeepers unite in a grand display of unity and strength.

A powerful display of military precision and coordination.

The Vietnam People’s Army showcases its strength and discipline.

A showcase of the army’s unwavering dedication and precision.

The Ministry of Public Security’s parade, a testament to their vital role in maintaining peace and order.

The women’s military band, a powerful symbol of female empowerment and contribution to Vietnam’s defense.

A showcase of the military’s diverse talents and capabilities.

A tribute to the sacrifices and valiant efforts of Vietnam’s armed forces.

A female officer of the mobile police battalion, a testament to the vital role of women in Vietnam’s security forces.

Mobile police forces, always ready to serve and protect the nation.

Traffic policemen, ensuring order and safety during the grand parade.

A highlight of the anniversary celebrations, the parade showcases Vietnam’s military might and progress.

Honoring the historical significance of the Dien Bien Phu Victory and the development of the Vietnam People’s Army.

Soldiers specializing in cyberspace warfare operations, showcasing Vietnam’s modern military capabilities.

Vietnam’s first cavalry mobile police force, a symbol of the nation’s evolving security forces.

On March 13, 1954, the Vietnamese revolutionary army launched a historic campaign against French colonial rule, leading to the signing of the Geneva Accords and bringing peace to Indochina.