Major military escalations from Russia, USA, China, Philippines

CBS: U.S. watching “escalation of armed confrontation” near Ukraine’s border with Russia

The U.S. military believes a buildup of Russian forces near the border with Ukraine, seen as “concerning” on Tuesday, is likely a training exercise. But the gathering of troops comes amid heightened tension in the region, and Ukraine’s Commander-In-Chief Ruslan Khomchack told his country’s parliament this week that Russian forces from different regions had been assembling near the border.

Russia’s president has acknowledged an “escalation of armed confrontation” in the region.

Training exercises were always a possible explanation for the buildup, but a U.S. defense official told CBS News that the locations and types of units seen on the ground didn’t line up with what the Russian Ministry of Defense had announced last month.   

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5 Replies to “Major military escalations from Russia, USA, China, Philippines”


    I honestly don’t know if “transgender issues” are a good thing for the armed services but I do know that the enemy generals are rubbing their hands together and saying, “Excellent, excellent…our evil plans are working perfectly…” as they hear the news from the great Joe Biden, who they love like their mothers. Picture a hall full of Turkish and Pakistani and Turkmani, Chinese and North Korean and Iranian Generals all laughing their heads off as they joke about the US soldiers checking their panty-lines and adjusting their makeup. Oh, the rich laughter. Oh, the mirth… And hear them say, “We could actually win this…”.

  2. I doubt if Russia will do anything until about half way through April, they will want the weather to be warmer so they won’t loose troops to frostbite and cold cold relater problems.

    Yes I know there have been major surprise offensives in very cold weather in the past.

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