U.S. sends F-35 fighter jets to Baltic and Black Sea regions

HSMilitarycom: Strengthening NATO's east wing, the U.S. sent six F-35 fighter jets from Germany to the Baltic and Black Seas, a decision related to Russia's invasion of ukraine. 

The U.S. Air Force's F-35 Lightning II fighter jets will continue air missions in the NATO country starting from Estonia, Lithuania and Romania.

U.S. sends F-35 fighter jets to Baltic and Black Sea regions

"We face a dynamic environment, and the deployment of the F-35 to NATO's east wing enhances our defense posture and strengthens the Alliance's interoperability," Said Gen. Jeff Harrigian.

Another source said more than 90,000 U.S. services are now in Europe. In addition to the six F-35 fighter jets, the U.S. also sent 20 AH-64 Apache helicopters from Germany to the baltic region and dozens of AH-64 helicopters were also sent from Greece and Poland.

Reportedly, the Russian military surrounded ukraine from the North and South, a number of tank military equipment and also fighter jets destroyed military facilities in Ukraine. 

The U.S. is looking for ways to remotely train Ukrainian troops and give the country more military equipment, Austin told lawmakers.

However, whether U.S. F-35 fighter jets stationed in Germany, Greece and Poland will help ukraine confront the Russian military? 

Is the deployment of F-35 fighter jets just to keep NATO allies in the east?

Russia has said that, any country that interferes in russia's Ukraine conflict, it will bear the risk. In addition, Russia also did not allow military equipment to be delivered to the Military and almost all military facilities in Ukraine were destroyed. 


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