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    Polish, American Troops Train Together in Northwest Polandi
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    May 02, 2014 2:47 PM
    The United States has sent about 600 soldiers to Poland and the Baltic nations to ease anxieties in the region over the developments in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. VOA’s Jerome Socolovsky went to see a Polish-American training exercise in northwest Poland.

    Polish, American Troops Train Together in Northwest Poland

    Published May 02, 2014

    The United States has sent about 600 soldiers to Poland and the Baltic nations to ease anxieties in the region over the developments in Crimea and eastern Ukraine. VOA’s Jerome Socolovsky went to see a Polish-American training exercise in northwest Poland.


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