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He joined the Army with a stolen name, under advice from a recruiter, to escape violence in his hometown, a public defender argued.
Since early March, a cohort of American service members and a rotating crew of multinational partners have set up shop in U.S. European Command headquarters to ensure equipment gets from the donor nation to Ukraine’s doorstep.
“We’re going to see if it’s ITN equipment on there that’s giving them some issues,” the product manager said, “or if it’s the type of Stryker they have.”
The U.S. will send Ukraine another $1 billion in weapons to fight Russia, including Harpoon anti-ship launchers for the first time from the U.S., and more ammunition for high-tech, medium-range rocket launchers, the Biden administration announced Wednesday.
By Joe Gould