U.S. President Donald Trump and Polish President Andrzej Duda took time away from their talks Wednesday to watch an F35 fighter jet fly over the White House grounds.
The two were joined by their wives to watch the flyover. Originally the White House said two jets would make the flight.
Trump said he was considering moving about 2,000 additional U.S. troops into Poland from Germany or elsewhere in Europe earlier.
But he cautioned during an Oval Office meeting with Duda that a final decision has not been made.
In view of Poland's interest in buying more than 30 F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jets from the U.S., the White House organized the fly over.
The rare, if not unprecedented, White House flyover is the first for the U.S. military's most advanced aircraft.
The F-35s are flew to the nation's capital from Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort in South Carolina, flying low and slow over the White House South Lawn just before 2 p.m. EST at about 1,000 feet and 115 miles per hour, one official said.