The U.S. Should Move Troops From Germany to Poland

Poland is willing to spend $1.5 billion to $2 billion to entice the U.S. to build a permanent military base there, according to a Defense Ministry proposal . The plan offers a strong incentive for the U.S. to consider moving at least some of its forces from Germany, especially since the current deployment makes little military sense.

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Defense exports Weapons for sale: Arms deals giving Israel a bad name?

An employee looks through an infrared scope on a weapon at a preview presentation at Elbit Systems, Israel’s biggest publicly listed defense firm. ISRAEL IS among the top eight weapons exporters in the world, according to a 2017 report published by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute .

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US should move forces in Germany to Poland

Poland is willing to spend $1.5 billion to $2 billion to entice the U.S. to build a permanent military base there, according to a Defense Ministry proposal. The plan offers a strong incentive for the U.S. to consider moving at least some of its forces from Germany, especially since the current deployment makes little military sense.

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CZECH LIEUTENANT COLONEL, VETERAN FROM KOSOVO, BOSNIA AND AFGHANISTAN REFUSED NATO MEDALS:  “I AM ASHAMED…

CZECH LIEUTENANT COLONEL, VETERAN FROM KOSOVO, BOSNIA AND AFGHANISTAN REFUSED NATO MEDALS:  "I AM ASHAMED I HAVE SERVED CRIMINALS!"

A former military doctor who participated in missions in Kosovo, Bosnia  and Afghanistan has asked the Czech Defense Ministry to take back his NATO medals, calling the North Atlantic alliance a "criminal organization" with "atrocious interests, because he does not agree with the Western policy against Russia.

Czech military medicine doctor Lieutenant colonel asked that should be taken away his four medals NATO that he received to serve in foreign peacekeeping missions, because, – as he wrote, he was ashamed of having served "war criminal organization" which led by the US "impose its interests and the world provokes armed conflicts ".

Lieutenant colonel Obrtel is considered that the United States because of its' alleged economic collapse wants to provoke a world war with Russia and that this would abuse the territory of Europe.

Czech lieutenant colonel praised the presidents of Russia and the Czech Republic, Vladimir Putin and Miloš Zeman, who according to him is called things by their proper name and reminds Czechs, that Russia is part of Europe.

"In the new Cold War I stand on the side of President Putin," wrote
Lieutenat colonel Obrtel.

Text in Serbian/Croatian language.

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Czech replace Soviet helicopters with the help of NATO – Czech Defense Ministry has announced a tender…

Czech replace Soviet helicopters with the help of NATO – Czech Defense Ministry has announced a tender for the NATO member countries for the purchase of 12 multi-purpose helicopters for the army which will replace the outdated Soviet MI-24 and MI-35. This publication Defense News reported citing a statement by the representative of the Czech military. In addition the Czech Republic is considering options for the purchase of transport aircraft. “By 2025 we plan to buy two medium transport ai…

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by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst,  Forecast International. The Czech Republic …

by Dan Darling, International Military Markets Analyst,  Forecast International. The Czech Republic Ministry of Defense unveiled plans on April 28 for the expansion of its armed forces from the current size of 16,600 personnel to upwards of a…

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Czechs tested Novichok-like substance for chemical warfare protection: government

Nerve agents of the Novichok type though not the same as that used to poison a former Russian spy in Britain have been synthesized in tiny amounts in the Czech Republic to help train the army against chemical warfare, the government said. The Czech Republic had been listed among others by Russia as potential source of the Novichok-like substance that left ex-double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in critical condition in the English city of Salisbury on March 4. The Czech Defense Ministry said that it had carried out “microsynthesis” of several micrograms at a time of potential chemical warfare agents, including Novichok and sarin gas.

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