PP Editor: These dumb young American G.I’s that signed up for death as Cannon Fodder in the last coming huge World War 3 are having “great fun” parking tanks and personal carriers and worse to their places in Poland. The humanity! All these people have no convictions to be peacemakers instead of warmongers. They willingly sign up for another Intl. Bankers World War that is going to kill again many millions of soldiers, and millions more of innocent earthlings, creatures that have no other desire to live in peace and to be left alone by the American warmongers and their Bankers. Hell must be a big place to accommodate all these vile wicked warmongers who just love to kill, maim, destroy and hurt the Earth as well. Stupid dumb people!!! Why did they ever sing up for the Military, is for me a mystery. I can understand the Taiwanese doing so to save their own country from invaders. But the USA has no righteous cause whatsoever to invade other sovereign nations that never attacked their country in the first place. IT IS TIME, to pray very hard for the total demise of the Evil American Empire and for God to stop them! The most evil empire in the entire history of the World! And you thought that Trump was sincere, an anti globalist? Ha! Ha! Ha! How naive, gullible, and proud most young people are, never listening to the mature wisdom and long experience of the wiser older heads and the aged who have seen it all before. The problem in the World today is that it is now ruled by women and children who are doing the bidding of the bankers in their duped state suffering from Stockholm syndrome. Lord Jesus come Quickly!
April 21, 2017 – The US Military has arrived in Poland in large numbers some may say it’s the worlds largest nightmare for Putin.
ZAGAN, Poland — The first M1A2 Abrams Tanks owned by 3rd Armor Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division touched ground in Swietozow, Poland, on January 10, 2017.
Soldiers assigned to 1st Battalion, 66th Armored Regiment, and 1st Battalion, 68th Armored Battalion, 3rd Arm. Bde. Cmbt. Tm., 4th Inf. Div., are deploying to Poland to undergo training prior to continuing a 9-month rotation as part of Atlantic Resolve. Atlantic Resolve is a U.S. led effort being conducted in Eastern Europe to demonstrate U.S. commitment to the collective security of NATO and dedication to enduring peace and stability in the region.
“I think what’s dynamic about our mission is our speed of assembly,” said Lt. Col. Stephen Capehart, commander, 1st Battalion, 68th Armored Regiment. “Within less than 30 days, we prepared our equipment, put it on vessels; we had our Soldiers get time with their families, got them ready to go, and now we’re in Poland.”
The unit is conducting the reception, staging and onward integration of its forces in Poland before moving them to Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Hungary, Romania and Poland.
“I think it shows our commitment to the alliance,” Capehart said. “It shows how we can deter any threat to the alliance as we move forward.”
The arrival of 3rd Arm. Bde. Cmbt. Tm., 4th Inf. Div., marks the start of back-to-back rotations of armored brigades in Europe as part of Atlantic Resolve. The vehicles and equipment, totaling more than 2,700 pieces, will be shipped to Poland for certification before deploying across Europe for use in training with partner nations. This rotation will enhance deterrence capabilities in the region, improve the U.S. ability to respond to potential crises and defend allies and partners in the European community. U.S. forces will focus on strengthening capabilities and sustaining readiness through bilateral and multinational training and exercises.
“The Army and our nation has committed an armored brigade combat team to the European theater of operation,” he said. “After us, another armored brigade combat team will come following for a 9-month rotation to show that commitment from our nation to the alliance.”
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