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 U.S. Armored Forces Started to Deploy in Baltic States. PHOTOS

The "Ironhorse" armored cavalry unit, with around 700 soldiers, some 20 M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks with Bradley and Stryker armored fighting vehicles started to deploy in the three Baltic States and Poland.

Censor.NET writes about it, referring to Zn.ua.

Considering the level of armament, it is one of the most formidable U.S. military forces sent onto former Soviet soil. Besides, the U.S. military says it is the first time it has had to ship armored reinforcements to Europe since the end of the Cold War

On Wednesday, October 1, a ship delivering to Latvia American tanks and infantry fighting vehicles arrived to the port of Ventspils. However, it was not unloaded until last night.

Unloading of military equipment also began in the town of Tapa (Estonia).

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