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From Robert Anderson of Stop the War Machine

In mid-July three items of troubling military deployment and movements have come to light.  Individually they are routine but in the context of Biden having lost the war in Ukraine by not having won already he appears to be planning some kind of a land assault on Russia from the west combined with aerial bombing in the east, maybe on North Korea also. This would bring China into war too.

1. President Joe Biden issued an executive order on July 15, 2023 approving the mobilization of select reserve forces with up to 3,000 personnel, augmenting the armed forces in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve.

Read more about this here and here.

2. According to Larry Johnson in this interview (statement made beginning at the 20:44 mark), three days before the NATO meeting in Lithuania, Biden - in a secret meeting with military national security advisors - made the decision to send three US armored brigades (15,000 men) to undisclosed locations in Poland and Lithuania (this is in addition to the 3,000 reservists activated to go to Europe to provide reinforcements for Operation European Resolve, which is directed against Russia).  In this meeting, it was also decided to move US B-52 bombers from North Carolina to Alaska, so that they could be closer to Russia.

Johnson says that the US and NATO are acting on the mistaken belief that Russia is weak and cowardly, and that this will result in some military disaster for the West in the coming weeks.

3. FOR RELEASE, July 14, 2023, No. 23-07-001

DVIDS - News - U.S. Army Units mobilize to White Sands Missile Range for Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise

U.S. Army Units mobilize to White Sands Missile Range for Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise
WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, NM – Demonstrating their rapid deployment capabilities, various Army units across the continental United States quickly assembled at the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, from July 9-14 to participate in an emergency deployment readiness exercise.

This exercise evaluates the units' ability to deploy quickly and efficiently, ensuring the U.S. Army's preparedness for global operations.

The units alerted and deployed included Task Force 51, U.S. Army North's contingency command post, stationed at Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston, and three 16th Military Police Brigade subordinate units: the 519th Military Police Battalion stationed at Fort Johnson, Louisiana, the 511th Military Police Company from Fort Drum, New York, and the 549th Military Police Company from Fort Stewart, Georgia.

As part of the exercise, the units deployed from their respective home stations showcased the Army's capability to mobilize forces from multiple locations and integrate at a designated training site.

"These units are always ready, and this exercise assesses their ability to rapidly respond to our nation's needs," said Col. Will Freds, U.S. Army North's Task Force 51 Chief of Staff. "By deploying from their home stations, we can evaluate their mission to leverage their capabilities against any adversary quickly and seamlessly."

White Sands Missile Range simulated a realistic and challenging operational environment to conduct the EDRE. Deploying to a remote location away from the unit's home-station training area allows the Army to evaluate deployment processes and consider potential improvements to force projection capabilities.

"The EDRE enables us to validate our deployment procedures and ensure that we can rapidly deliver combat power to distant locations when called upon," emphasized Maj. Brian Casey, 519th Military Police Battalion's Operations Officer. "Additionally, it allows headquarters staff at various levels and locations to train in planning, coordinating, and executing large unit movements within condensed timelines."

Traditionally, units that are alerted for an EDRE deploy within 96 hours. This minimal to no-notice mission allows the Army to evaluate its capability to rapidly alert, consolidate, and prepare for deployment under emergencies. The units remain deployed until they accomplish their training objectives. "This is an incredible opportunity to leverage homeland defense capabilities, sustain continuous operations, and coordinate integrated activities across multiple echelons," highlighted Capt. Sarah Soliven, 549th Military Police Company commander. "The Soldiers are learning invaluable leadership lessons and are performing exceptionally to build enduring advantages for the future."

The U.S. Army sends a clear message of its commitment to rapid deployment, force projection, and global readiness through this emergency deployment readiness exercise. By continuously refining and validating its capabilities, the Army ensures it can swiftly respond to any contingency and fulfill its mission to defend the nation's interests at home and abroad.

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