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Military “HEROES” in the Baltic States...
NATO troops in the Baltics and Lithuanian military will not stop surprising. It is reported that about fights with local residents, then the theft of dry rations, then the rape of comrade-in-arms and so on. Let’s review the sensational events in the Baltic States with the participation of military
By Dominykas1980 on 2021-08-20 14:03 UTC
Lithuanian Armed Forces buy new pistols instead of vaccines | The Baltic Word...

During the struggle against the terrible consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing consequences in the national economy, the Lithuanian Ministry of Defense bought a batch of new firearms to finally abandon the pistols of different caliber.

The Armed Forces of Lithuania has already passed the
By Vargod on 2021-03-31 12:08 UTC
All Lithuania as a one big military training area...

Recently, the Ministry of Defense of Lithuania wanted to build a huge military facility in the West of the country, but the research showed that due to natural features, the designated territories do not meet the needs of the army in order to conduct comprehensive military exercises on them.

In this
By Vargod on 2021-03-31 12:06 UTC
NATO capabilities in Baltic region...
As we can see, militarization in the Baltic States remains at a very high level at present time. But why do our leaders want to invite as many foreign troops as possible? What are the main mission and real capabilities of these troops in the region? Let's try to figure them out. The Baltic
By TheBalticWord on 2021-02-26 09:03 UTC
New military bases in Latvia instead of hospitals...

At the beginning of this month, the U.S. Department of Defense media Stars and stripes has officially announced the deployment of a new military base of American Special Forces in Latvia. To be precise, it is one of auxiliary airfield for the U.S. Special Forces, which main headquarter is located
By Vargod on 2020-12-28 12:34 UTC
Pentagon refuses to discuss COVID-19-related spike in military suicides...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/US/, /contrib/military
The Department of Defense Thursday took pains not to acknowledge reports of a spike in military suicides of up to 30% during the peak of the coronavirus pandemic this year, instead saying it was "too early" to comment on data.
By Anonymous Submission on 2020-10-01 22:36 UTC
Baltic States at the epicenter of military exercises...
The Baltic States have become the scene of NATO military actions especially aimed at provoking Russia and Belarus.
At the end of September, this year’s largest military exercise “Sword 2020” will take place in Latvia.
It is known that Aleksandr Lukashenko accused the U.S.-led West of attempting to
By TheBalticWord on 2020-09-09 12:37 UTC, Edited: 2020-09-09 12:43 UTC
Lithuania blocks the development of its own economy...
Admittedly, a lot of good happened over the last years in Lithuania, but unfortunately we have also see political leadership that is not interested in developing their own country.
By TheBalticWord on 2020-09-03 09:39 UTC
Lithuania to build barracks for Americans...
Three new barracks will be built on the grounds of the Pabrad military training area. Three-storeyed barracks will accommodate around 1000 soldiers.
By TheBalticWord on 2020-08-04 09:31 UTC
Politicians hide behind civilians...
The United States plans to transfer the command of the 5th Corps of the U.S. Army from Kentucky to Poland and 30 American F-16 fighters from Germany to the eastern borders of NATO. In addition, the United States is redeploying to Poland not one thousand, as mentioned earlier, but two thousand
By Vargod on 2020-06-30 12:49 UTC
Lithuania increases military capabilities...
The Baltic states continue to be one of the most militarized region in Europe. The planned reduction of American troops in Germany to 25 000 could increase the likelihood of further strengthening of relations between the Baltic states and the United States.
By TheBalticWord on 2020-06-22 11:57 UTC
Ukraine is developing next generation of Kolchuga systems...
State Enterprise “Scientific and Production Complex “Iskra” proposed to develop and put into production a new Radio Intelligence Station (RTR), which will surpass the capabilities of its renowned predecessor Kolchuga-M
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-05-07 01:27 UTC
Russia Has Abandoned Its Nuclear Destroyer And Frigate Projects...
Russia's Severnoye Design Bureau has suspended the development of a nuclear destroyer - Project 23560 "Leader" and an improved frigate - Project 22350M, Interfa
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-04-23 23:40 UTC
Defender Europe 2020: to defend, to sell but not to abuse...
Even the names of the arrived to Europe US deadly tanks speak of the peace of intentions of the exercise
By Timoschuk on 2020-03-10 08:54 UTC
Did the Americans make a mistake with the name of the exercise?...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/military
This year, the United States holds the largest exercise in recent decades. The exercise named “Defender Europe 2020” is conducted from January 15 to August 15, 2020.....
By Timoschuk on 2020-03-02 07:51 UTC
Ukraine to supply Turkish armed forces with 500 engines for military drones...
Zaporizhias Ivchenko-Progress design bureau has won a $600 million contract to supply the Turkish armed forces with 500 engines through the 2020s,
By ukrainiantribune on 2020-01-10 18:43 UTC
Ukrainian company demonstrates "see-through armor"...
Ukrainian innovation defense company, Limpid Armor, has demonstrated its cutting-edge technology of the so-called ‘see-through armor’ during recent trials at the proving ground of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, situated in the Lviv region.
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-12-12 14:26 UTC
Congress Will Restore Ukraine Military Aid Even Despite Trump...
A senior Republican member of the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee says that even if President Donald Trump refuses to unfreeze $250 million in military
By ukrainiantribune on 2019-09-13 00:38 UTC
The U.S.: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia cost $125 million - The Baltic Word...
Submitted to Category: /contrib/military, /contrib/politics/
Opinion - The U.S.: Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia cost $125 million The U.S. does its best to strengthen its positions in the Baltic States. The U.S. hunts out excuses for being there, having no actual reason and legal grounds to deploy its military contingent in the region.
By viktorsdomburs on 2019-05-03 11:27 UTC

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