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Pentagon is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe




The Pentagon is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe. To this end, the Office has applied for a contract to accelerate the movement of troops and equipment in the EU from the UK to the Baltic States. The American side has repeatedly pointed out the difficulties of transporting the military contingent and called for the introduction of the so-called "military Schengen".



The US Department of the Army applied for a contract to deploy a large military contingent in Europe. The corresponding document is published on the official website of US procurement.

The agency intends to conclude a contract to provide for the manoeuvres of the American ground forces in Europe (United States Army Europe, USAREUR) and to accelerate the movement of the military contingent. A separate task is to provide logistics during basic exercises.

In the geographical coordinates of the place of execution of the tender, there is an extensive European territory from Great Britain to the Baltic states.


  • For loading and unloading military equipment and armoured vehicles, the Pentagon is going to contract a whole line of cranes: from ordinary 30-ton building trucks capable of lifting 300 tonnes.


  • To deliver personnel to the destination, the agency will need buses with a capacity of eight to 70 passengers. Moreover, strict requirements are imposed on transport and drivers. For example, long-distance buses must be equipped with air conditioning, toilets and are suitable for long non-stop hauls.


  • A separate item in the application indicates restrictions on the admission of third parties to the US and NATO military bases. In particular, only citizens from the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance are allowed to military transport on the territory of Great Britain, Romania and Poland. Only Spaniards will be allowed to carry American equipment and soldiers to bases in Spain. Their bans are in force in Italy, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium. A separate list in the application indicates the country, the drivers of which will not be able to work under the contract.


  • Americans have repeatedly complained about the problems with the transportation of military goods and manpower through the territory of the European Union. The Commander of the US Armed Forces in Europe, Lieutenant General Ben Hodges noted that


in the event of the outbreak of hostilities, the railway lines connecting Germany and Poland will not be enough.

  • In addition, many European bridges will not bear the weight of tanks.


  • In fact, Hodges called for the creation of a “military Schengen” to quickly deliver troops to Lithuania through transit countries. In his opinion, the provision of any hostilities in the east of Europe will pass through Poland. The general stressed that allied troops and military equipment should be able to move around the continent "as fast as migrants."


  • Hodges noted that today obtaining permits for the movement of troops, weapons, ammunition and even regular humanitarian convoys is a surprisingly complex process in many countries. For example, to pass a military convoy through Germany, Romania or Slovakia, this must be stated ten working days before its arrival. In the Czech Republic, it takes two weeks. Even the movement of American troops from Poland to neighbouring Germany requires notification for five days.


  • Deputy Defense Minister Colonel-General Alexander Fomin in March last year reported that


NATO command is creating a mechanism in Europe designed to reduce the time for the transfer of troops to the borders of Russia.

“A new priority for NATO’s military-political leadership has been the improvement of the logistics and transport infrastructure within Europe, the creation of the so-called“ military Schengen ”. Its essence is to minimize the time for the transfer of troops in the direction of the Russian borders, ”said Fomin to the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry “ Red Star ”.


According to him, stocks of armaments, ammunition and food are being built in various areas of Europe for the operational deployment of an additional group of troops, which is tens of times larger than the American contingent stationed in Europe.

“To organize the reception, deployment and deployment of military contingents, eight focal points have been established in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia,” said, General Fomin.

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The US military once again made speeches about what a hypothetical US war against Russia

The US military once again made speeches about what a hypothetical US war against Russia would be. According to the Pentagon, in the main combat operations in the event of hostilities will be mainly involved in the air force and the US Army. At the same time, according to the US Department of Defense, at the initial stage of the conflict, naval forces from both sides will be used.

Pentagon Contact: United State is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe. The Pentagon is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe.     Pentagon is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe      The Pentagon is going to deploy a large military contingent in Europe. To this end, the Office has applied for a contract to accelerate the movement of troops and equipment in the EU from the UK to the Baltic States. The American side has repeatedly pointed out the difficulties of transporting the military contingent and called for the introduction of the so-called "military Schengen".     The US Department of the Army applied for a contract to deploy a large military contingent in Europe. The corresponding document is published on the official website of US procurement.     The agency intends to conclude a contract to provide for the manoeuvres of the American ground forces in Europe (United States Army Europe, USAREUR) and to accelerate the movement of the military contingent. A separate task is to provide logistics during basic exercises.    In the geographical coordinates of the place of execution of the tender, there is an extensive European territory from Great Britain to the Baltic states.      For loading and unloading military equipment and armoured vehicles, the Pentagon is going to contract a whole line of cranes: from ordinary 30-ton building trucks capable of lifting 300 tonnes.     To deliver personnel to the destination, the agency will need buses with a capacity of eight to 70 passengers. Moreover, strict requirements are imposed on transport and drivers. For example, long-distance buses must be equipped with air conditioning, toilets and are suitable for long non-stop hauls.     A separate item in the application indicates restrictions on the admission of third parties to the US and NATO military bases. In particular, only citizens from the countries of the North Atlantic Alliance are allowed to military transport on the territory of Great Britain, Romania and Poland. Only Spaniards will be allowed to carry American equipment and soldiers to bases in Spain. Their bans are in force in Italy, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium. A separate list in the application indicates the country, the drivers of which will not be able to work under the contract.     Americans have repeatedly complained about the problems with the transportation of military goods and manpower through the territory of the European Union. The Commander of the US Armed Forces in Europe, Lieutenant General Ben Hodges noted that     in the event of the outbreak of hostilities, the railway lines connecting Germany and Poland will not be enough.     In addition, many European bridges will not bear the weight of tanks.     In fact, Hodges called for the creation of a “military Schengen” to quickly deliver troops to Lithuania through transit countries. In his opinion, the provision of any hostilities in the east of Europe will pass through Poland. The general stressed that allied troops and military equipment should be able to move around the continent "as fast as migrants."     Hodges noted that today obtaining permits for the movement of troops, weapons, ammunition and even regular humanitarian convoys is a surprisingly complex process in many countries. For example, to pass a military convoy through Germany, Romania or Slovakia, this must be stated ten working days before its arrival. In the Czech Republic, it takes two weeks. Even the movement of American troops from Poland to neighbouring Germany requires notification for five days.     Deputy Defense Minister Colonel-General Alexander Fomin in March last year reported that     NATO command is creating a mechanism in Europe designed to reduce the time for the transfer of troops to the borders of Russia.     “A new priority for NATO’s military-political leadership has been the improvement of the logistics and transport infrastructure within Europe, the creation of the so-called“ military Schengen ”. Its essence is to minimize the time for the transfer of troops in the direction of the Russian borders, ”said Fomin to the official publication of the Russian Defense Ministry “ Red Star ”.        According to him, stocks of armaments, ammunition and food are being built in various areas of Europe for the operational deployment of an additional group of troops, which is tens of times larger than the American contingent stationed in Europe.      “To organize the reception, deployment and deployment of military contingents, eight focal points have been established in Poland, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia,” said, General Fomin.    You may also like:   Turkey React Donald Trump forbade selling F-35 fighter jets Iran Can Take Revenge: the secret tests of Israel and the US Media reported on the death of Osama bin Laden Son - Hamza. Can Turkey menace America by Russian S-400 Missile System  Can America Afraid due to Russia Interference in Iran Why America target especially Muslim Countries? The US military once again made speeches about what a hypothetical US war against Russia    The US military once again made speeches about what a hypothetical US war against Russia would be. According to the Pentagon, in the main combat operations in the event of hostilities will be mainly involved in the air force and the US Army. At the same time, according to the US Department of Defense, at the initial stage of the conflict, naval forces from both sides will be used.     Deputy Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Armed Forces, General Paul Selva, suggested how military conflicts with Russia and China could proceed.      “Any battle with China, if it happens, will be largely a sea and air battle,” the military quotes RT.  As for Russia, the air forces and the US Army will be involved in a hypothetical war against it. In addition, according to Selva, at the initial stage, which involves the deployment of troops in Europe, battles between the Russian and American forces can take place on the water.    “It’s impossible to get to Russia without crossing the North Atlantic. According to the National Defense Strategy developed in the USA, Russia is recognized as a global threat, ”the general explained.     He added that the Pentagon is developing a “global plan” for Russia and China, however, clarifying the most likely scenario and the issue of financing is a serious challenge for the US military.     “Russia is not an exclusively European problem,” FAN quotes the words of the military.     On the same day - Wednesday, January 31 - an article by Bill Hertz Pentagon was published on The Washington Free Beacon: Pentagon: China, Russia Soon Capable of Destroying US Satellites (“Pentagon: Russia and China will soon be able to destroy American satellites”).     The submission says that according to a report by the United States Joint Staff Intelligence Directorate (J-2), China and Russia are developing anti-satellite missiles and other weapons that can be used to destroy US satellites in low-Earth orbit.     The report concludes that "China and Russia will be able to cause serious damage or destroy American satellites in low Earth orbit." It is expected that China and Russia will have such capabilities by 2020. A little earlier, the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates made a statement, which contains the theses presented in the article.     "We believe that Russia and China consider it necessary to compensate for any US military advantage gained through military, civilian or commercial space systems, and now these countries are increasingly considering the possibility of an attack on our satellite systems," Coates expressed her opinion.     He assured that Moscow will soon be able to destroy American satellites without problems.     “Both countries will continue to develop the full range of anti-satellite weapons as a means of reducing US military effectiveness. Space weapons of Russia include many instruments impacting satellites in all orbital modes, including an onboard laser to destroy the US satellites, ”the security official concluded.        Four days earlier, former US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that NATO needed to develop a military action plan in case of a conflict with Russia. Such a statement was made by the ex-military at a session on cybersecurity at the World Economic Forum in Davos.     “I think that we and our colleagues from NATO need to develop a plan of military operations against Russia. We also need a plan in case of the invasion of “green men” into the Baltic states, where they (Russia) can use national minorities, ”said Carter.     According to him, the United States did not see Russia as a military adversary since the fall of the Berlin Wall, but the situation has now changed.     In mid-January, The Huffington Post published excerpts from the Washington nuclear doctrine project called Nuclear Posture Review. The document, in particular, said that Russia has a tangible superiority over the United States and its allies in the production of nuclear weapons.     Also in the materials of the US military, it is noted that Russia "creates a versatile and modern set of non-strategic systems that can be both nuclear and conventional weapons."


Deputy Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the United States Armed Forces, General Paul Selva, suggested how military conflicts with Russia and China could proceed.

“Any battle with China, if it happens, will be largely a sea and air battle,” the military quotes RT.


As for Russia, the air forces and the US Army will be involved in a hypothetical war against it. In addition, according to Selva, at the initial stage, which involves the deployment of troops in Europe, battles between the Russian and American forces can take place on the water.



“It’s impossible to get to Russia without crossing the North Atlantic. According to the National Defense Strategy developed in the USA, Russia is recognized as a global threat, ”the general explained.

  • He added that the Pentagon is developing a “global plan” for Russia and China, however, clarifying the most likely scenario and the issue of financing is a serious challenge for the US military.


  • “Russia is not an exclusively European problem,” FAN quotes the words of the military.


  • On the same day - Wednesday, January 31 - an article by Bill Hertz Pentagon was published on The Washington Free Beacon: Pentagon: China, Russia Soon Capable of Destroying US Satellites (“Pentagon: Russia and China will soon be able to destroy American satellites”).


  • The submission says that according to a report by the United States Joint Staff Intelligence Directorate (J-2), China and Russia are developing anti-satellite missiles and other weapons that can be used to destroy US satellites in low-Earth orbit.


  • The report concludes that "China and Russia will be able to cause serious damage or destroy American satellites in low Earth orbit." It is expected that China and Russia will have such capabilities by 2020. A little earlier, the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates made a statement, which contains the theses presented in the article.


  • "We believe that Russia and China consider it necessary to compensate for any US military advantage gained through military, civilian or commercial space systems, and now these countries are increasingly considering the possibility of an attack on our satellite systems," Coates expressed her opinion.


He assured that Moscow will soon be able to destroy American satellites without problems.

“Both countries will continue to develop the full range of anti-satellite weapons as a means of reducing US military effectiveness. Space weapons of Russia include many instruments impacting satellites in all orbital modes, including an onboard laser to destroy the US satellites, ”the security official concluded.


Four days earlier, former US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that NATO needed to develop a military action plan in case of a conflict with Russia. Such a statement was made by the ex-military at a session on cybersecurity at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

“I think that we and our colleagues from NATO need to develop a plan of military operations against Russia. We also need a plan in case of the invasion of “green men” into the Baltic states, where they (Russia) can use national minorities, ”said Carter.

According to him, the United States did not see Russia as a military adversary since the fall of the Berlin Wall, but the situation has now changed.

In mid-January, The Huffington Post published excerpts from the Washington nuclear doctrine project called Nuclear Posture Review. The document, in particular, said that Russia has a tangible superiority over the United States and its allies in the production of nuclear weapons.

Also in the materials of the US military, it is noted that Russia "creates a versatile and modern set of non-strategic systems that can be both nuclear and conventional weapons."

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