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Biden Pushes America Closer to Direct War with Russia through “Enhanced” Training of Ukrainian Troops

Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden together on the news. Looking on it through magnifying glass

President Biden is trying to provoke Russia into doing something stupid. The United States military has begun “enhanced training” of Ukraine combat forces in Germany, hoping to have the battalion of soldiers ready to wage war against the Russians in under 5 weeks.

The move increases tensions in the regions as it signals to the Russians that the United States has no intention of slowing down its proxy war any time soon.

The U.S. has already trained about 3,100 Ukrainian troops on how to use and maintain certain weapons and other equipment, including howitzers, armored vehicles and the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, known as HIMARS.

Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that the Ukrainian soldiers being trained in Germany will use a full set of weapons and equipment donated by America.

 

General Milley said the complex training — combined with an array of new weapons, artillery, tanks and other vehicles heading to Ukraine — will be key to helping the country’s forces take back territory captured by Russia in the nearly 11-month-old conflict.

“This support is really important for Ukraine to be able to defend itself,” Milley said. “And we’re hoping to be able to pull this together here in short order.”

The ultimate goal is for all the incoming weapons and equipment to be delivered to Ukraine so the newly trained forces will be able to use it “sometime before the spring rains show up. That would be ideal,” Milley added.

While the U.S. has been training Ukrainian soldiers for some time now, this move shows a determination to help create a more advanced fighting force to fight the Russians.

The UK also began a similar training operation the month before.

British trainers are putting the Ukrainian troops through a condensed version of the British Army’s infantry training, covering weapons handling, first aid, patrol tactics and the law of conflict. The aim is to turn raw recruits into battle-ready soldiers in a matter of weeks.

Britain is also arming the Ukrainians with new uniforms, body armor, helmets and other gear, part of £2.3 billion ($2.8 billion) worth of U.K. military aid to the country that also includes anti-tank missiles and sophisticated rocket-launch systems.

Russia, meanwhile, has said they’re fully aware of what’s going on – saying that “Western military aid will only prolong the suffering of the Ukrainians.”

The Kremlin has warned that British tanks due to be shipped to Ukraine “will burn” on the battlefield, and alleged the West is using Kyiv as its “tool” in an anti-Russian agenda.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “[t]hese tanks are burning and will burn,” and that the “special military operation” in Ukraine “will continue.”

Peskov also said of the governments in the West that they do not “care about the fate of the people who live in Ukraine or their future,” and that they “simply use that country as a tool to achieve their anti-Russian aims.”


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