U.S. Forces Get Fully Prepared To Enter Ukraine For Combat With Russia

The U.S. forces get fully prepared to enter Ukraine at a short notice and go to war with Russia, according to media report on October 22.
The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division has been deployed to Europe for the first time after World War II to conduct live-fire tank and artillery exercises not far from the Black Sea.

Brigadier General John Lubas, the division’s Deputy Commander, emphasized that this was a combat deployment instead of an exercise or training deployment. His troops need to be ready to fight tonight, depending on how the situation in Ukraine escalates. Colonel Edwin Matthaidess, commander of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, told the media that the troops were the closest U.S. unit to the fighting in Ukraine.

About 4,700 soldiers of Army 101st Airborne Division have been dispatched from Fort Campbell, Kentucky, and are currently conducting joint ground and air assault drills with Romanian forces about three miles from Romania’s border with Ukraine in response to the war waged by the Russian aggressor.

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