By Jesse M. Granger, U.S. Army Europe Public AffairsApril 23, 2014
WIESBADEN, Germany (April 23, 2014) -- Today a company-sized contingent of U.S. paratroopers from U.S. Army Europe's 173rd Airborne Brigade from Vicenza, Italy, arrived in Poland to begin exercises with Polish troops.
This new exercise is the first in a series of expanded U.S. land force training activities in Poland and the Baltic region that are in addition to previously scheduled multinational land force military exercises such as Combined Resolve II, Saber Strike, Rapid Trident, and Saber Guardian. Exercises like this will take place for the next few months and beyond, and are aimed at assuring regional allies of the U.S.'s unwavering commitment to NATO.
In the coming days additional companies will move into Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia for similar exercises.
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