The US-Polish partnership, also in the military sphere, is closer and more enduring than ever before; US Ambassador to Poland Mark Brzezinski wrote Wednesday that General Richard Neely and instructors from the Illinois National Guard will train WOT soldiers.

Railway workers will train with the districts. “Railways are especially important now”

The Polish Railways Authority has signed an agreement with the Regional Defense Forces on cooperation related to the defense of the country.

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“Elgin. Richard Neely, with the coaches of the Illinois National Guard, they came to Poland for Training of regional defense soldiers. Today, the partnership between the United States and Poland is closer and more enduring than ever – and also in the military sphere. With us we are stronger! On Wednesday, the US ambassador to Poland, Mark Brzezinski, wrote on Twitter.

Regional Defense Forces Training Center in Torun At the end of April, it announced that National Guard soldiers would train WOT soldiers in the use of Javelin anti-tank guided missiles, battlefield first aid, as well as conduct marksmanship courses.

CSWOT stated that “in several training sessions for ATGM operators, medical staff and Javelin ATGM snipers, a total of more than 800 ground soldiers from various regional defense brigades from across the country will participate.”

Courses will be held At CSWOT facilities in Toruń and other regions of Poland. Each of the dozens of training sessions or so will be attended by dozens of WOT volunteers from various TD brigades.

In 2020, the Ministry of National Defense purchased 60 portable launchers and 180 Javelin missiles for WOT, which were delivered last year. This is one of the types of weapons that the United States has supported Ukraine in recent months.

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As the WOT Training Center noted in April, “The Illinois National Guard is the primary partner of the Regional Defense ForcesPolish operational forces have also been cooperating with Illinois Land Forces reservists for nearly 30 years. Poles and Americans trained together prior to missions and served in Iraq and Afghanistan; Illinois Rangers supported specialists from the Polish Army who helped civil services protect the European Championships Football 2012 from biological and chemical threats.

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