Great revenue for the US military in Europe

This is one of the main consequences of the war in Ukraine, a sign of the sudden and unexpected strategic shift of a section of the world’s leading military power in the background, relatively until now. The strengthening of the US military presence in Europe past the 100,000 proposed men’s identity threshold was highlighted, especially during the NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday, March 24. Joe Biden. The summit, which is part of the Diplomatic Marathon, is expected to take place in Poland later on Friday, with the US President meeting at the G7 and the EU on the same day.

Tensions between the Kiwis escalated as the United States faced a surge of economic and military expansion as the United States spent years deliberately withdrawing its troops from the old continent to re-establish its presence in the Indo-Pacific region. And Moscow, between January and March, about 20,000 American soldiers were repatriated to European soil. A 25% increase in a few weeks, bringing the US military presence in Europe to an unknown level of more than fifteen years. Cold War.

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In strict terms, the Pentagon has always had large numbers of troops in Europe, especially in Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Poland. US sites extend from Bulgaria to Greenland and from Greece to Finland. Prior to the war in Ukraine, the U.S. Army, a mass army (1.4 million active soldiers), stationed about 67,000 soldiers permanently in these various locations – this number added 13 000 men from complementary rotating units.

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“Rise of the wave”

But in just three months, these numbers have returned to the level of 2005 in which the United States was involved in both Afghanistan and Iraq. Their exact distribution is deliberately relatively unclear by the Pentagon. However, most of the reinforcements since January seem to have gone to Poland, where more than 10,000 U.S. troops are now officially stationed (more than 7,000 increase). About 2,500 soldiers are now divided between Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, while 1,500 are now stationed in Slovakia, 350 in Bulgaria and 200 in Hungary.

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