200 soldiers against Russia? British forces decided to suspend their withdrawal from Germany.

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 200 soldiers against Russia? British forces decided to suspend their withdrawal from Germany.


Reported that the defense minister decided to withdraw all troops from Germany by 2020 plan, and will continue to maintain a forward base in the Central European Plains.

After intelligence chiefs and military commanders told Williamson that Russia was the most dangerous opponent since the end of the cold war, he would issue a stern warning to Putin at a Conservative party meeting this month.

The picture shows the British army in Germany.

More than 200 military personnel and 400 dependents will not return home as planned next year. The remaining German forces include an engineering corps, NATOs main river-crossing force, which allows tanks to enter the theater after the bridge is destroyed.

The deployment of the M3 amphibious vehicle is controlled by the British army and the German army. The British army will also retain a 45 square mile military training zone in the Sanger area near Paderborn.

The picture shows that the British artillery troops are training at the base in Germany.

The military training area is used for training tank operations and large-scale exercises for infantry and armored vehicles. It includes a city war training center and an armored vehicle simulator.

About 200 British soldiers, defence civil servants and up to 400 families will remain in Germany, in Normandy and Aslon barracks in Sennarag.

Reported that the British Defense Department also plans to retain the British Army in Menhingladbach armored vehicle warehouse, the warehouse can accommodate about 2,000 tanks, armored vehicles and trucks. An armored force is expected to be stationed in the Quartermaster depot so as to enable it to operate during the crisis.

The picture shows the new armored vehicles of the British army.

British defense officials say Williamson wants to show Russia that Britain remains committed to defending Europe after Britains departure, and that Germany needs to invest more in defense - but he also believes it would be better for Britains military assets to remain on the front line than in British barracks.

A senior source said: Gavin will make more comments on this meeting. One of the important things is that our armed forces are ready. We have some military resources in Germany that we hope to be more active in maintaining. There are some equipment that can help us get through the river barriers, and we hope to keep them there.

As we adapt to the new threats, he will explain the underlying ideas. Keeping the armed forces in British barracks is not the most effective or useful place for them to be stationed.

The source also said: part of the reason is to make Germany do more. We have been urging Germany to increase defense spending. Reported that before Williamson made this statement, British military commander Sir Nick Carter warned in a speech in January that Russia represents the most complex and powerful state-based threat to our country since the end of the cold war. He said the formation of the Joint Engineering Corps was a very good example of how to share the burden and provide more capabilities. Carter added: we are actively studying the preservation of our infrastructure in Germany. A defense official said: the threat from the East will not disappear. We are reconsidering the question of withdrawing troops from Germany. (compile / Long Jun) this article source: Reference News Net editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682

The source also said: part of the reason is to make Germany do more. We have been urging Germany to increase defense spending.

Reported that before Williamson made this statement, British military commander Sir Nick Carter warned in a speech in January that Russia represents the most complex and powerful state-based threat to our country since the end of the cold war.

He said the formation of the Joint Engineering Corps was a very good example of how to share the burden and provide more capabilities.

Carter added: we are actively studying the preservation of our infrastructure in Germany.

A defense official said: the threat from the East will not disappear. We are reconsidering the question of withdrawing troops from Germany. (compile / Long Jun)