Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby confirmed on Wednesday that the US will soon move approximately 2,000 troops from Fort Bragg in North Carolina to Poland and Germany this week. Roughly 1,000 Germany-based soldiers will also head to Romania.
While the shuffling of troops marks the most significant sign yet that the US is preparing for the prospect of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, US troop movement is not unusual at all. There are a number of options under which a president can deploy troops.
Biden ordered 2,000 U.S. troops to Poland and Germany and 1,000 more to Romania to fortify NATO’s eastern flank amid fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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hakaido That demonstrates failure of US foreign policy. They US sent troops to Afghanistan for 20 years fighting the Taliban and failed for sure US troops are just tourists in the EU trying to scare Russian a big power!
Jim Battleday Don’t think the Ukraine is so much worried about what the Russians will do ,If the Russians had wanted to attack ,They would have already done it. Not wait for The Americans to build up forces against them. It’s the out of control war mongering Americas that are the BIG WORRY.