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<div><img width="320" height="212" src="https://www.veteranstoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/ScreenHunter-180-320x212.jpg" alt=""></div>By Oriental Review with VT’s Jeffrey Silverman The media in Europe rarely mention the increasing outbreaks of dangerous diseases in Ukraine.  No one has mentioned it except for UNICEF’s representative in Ukraine, Giovanna Barberis, and a few Ukrainian TV stations.  But meanwhile, the problem in that country has reached catastrophic proportions. In the town of […]

Pentagon Setting Biological Bombs Against Europe? – Veterans Today

By Oriental Review with VT’s Jeffrey Silverman The media in Europe rarely mention the increasing outbreaks of dangerous diseases in Ukraine.  No one has mentioned it except for UNICEF’s representative in Ukraine, Giovanna Barberis, and a few Ukrainian TV stations.  But meanwhile, the problem in that country has reached catastrophic proportions. In the town of […]

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<div><img width="320" height="180" src="https://www.veteranstoday.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/ScreenHunter-95-320x180.jpg" alt=""></div>The same countries that cheered when Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union broke up and insisted on ‘independent Kosovo’ now say Catalonia’s declaration of independence is unacceptable. But they wrote the rules the Catalans are now following. On Friday, the Catalan parliament declared independence from Spain. Madrid has refused to recognize the declaration. Anything can happen […]

Kosovo led to Catalonia. But West won’t admit it – Veterans Today

The same countries that cheered when Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union broke up and insisted on ‘independent Kosovo’ now say Catalonia’s declaration of independence is unacceptable. But they wrote the rules the Catalans are now following. On Friday, the Catalan parliament declared independence from Spain. Madrid has refused to recognize the declaration. Anything can happen […]

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When the United States decided to position a force in Europe for credible deterrence, it had to bolster its capabilities. The Army set in motion several actions, including extending regionally aligned forces (RAF) rotations to nine months, having RAF operate “heel to toe,” and pre-positioning combat, combat support, and sustainment equipment in Europe. On Dec.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/army-news/~4/1J4pgRyuYLM" height="1" width="1" alt="">

US Army Expands Pre-Positioned Stocks in Europe

When the United States decided to position a force in Europe for credible deterrence, it had to bolster its capabilities. The Army set in motion several actions, including extending regionally aligned forces (RAF) rotations to nine months, having RAF operate “heel to toe,” and pre-positioning combat, combat support, and sustainment equipment in Europe. On Dec. […]

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