Theresa May introduced the US President to members of Britain’s elite service the SAS and cadets training to be the next generation of army officers.
The two also were treated to a military display of training exercises and Chinook and Apache helicopters.
The location for the start of a day of talks with Mrs May was chosen to impress on the President that Britain takes its military capabilities and responsibilities seriously.
It comes after the two were on the same side in show downs at the Nato conference in Brussels earlier this week when countries like Germany were told they need to spend the minimum expected on defence of two per cent of GDP.
However, Mrs May will hope that meeting crack SAS troops will dampen some of the briefings coming from the US administration that Britain is not spending and doing enough on military efforts.
Mr Trump was greeted by Mrs May when he landed at Sandhurst.
Shortly after his arrival, two large helicopters circled over the military facility as locals watched on from the roadside.
The president flew into the British Army’s official training centre on Marine One, preceded by two accompanying helicopters.
Woody Johnson, the US ambassador to Britain, was onboard with Mr Trump.
Also attending Sandhurst are several of the president’s aides, including John Kelly, John Bolton and Stephen Miller.
In an apparent reference to Mr Trump’s visit to Sandhurst, security minister Ben Wallace tweeted: “The motto of the Royal Military Sandhurst is ‘Serve to Lead’.”
There was a large police presence outside the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, where US President Donald Trump will shortly start the second day of his working visit to the UK.
Upon arrival, he is expected to watch a joint forces military demonstration.