U.S. military uses lessons from war in Ukraine to aid its own training
FORT IRWIN, Calif. (AP) — In the dusty California desert, U.S. Army trainers are already using lessons learned from Russia’s war against Ukraine to prepare soldiers for future battles against a major adversary like the Russia or China.
The actors in this month’s exercise at the National Training Center speak Russian. The enemy force controlling the fictional town of Ujen uses a steady stream of social media posts to level false accusations against the US brigade preparing to attack.
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