This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](http://www.newsweek.com/us-army-sends-two-tank-brigades-europe-amid-russia-tensions-664258
) reduced by 71%. (I'm a bot)
> The U.S. Army docked tanks and other fighting vehicles in northern Poland Wednesday, swelling its presence to two armored brigades in Europe.
> "This will be the first time two armored brigades transition within the European theater sending a full complement of soldiers and equipment into Germany and Poland in support of Operation Atlantic Resolve," said Master Sergeant Brent Williams, a spokesman for the command element overseeing operations in eastern Europe.
> The outgoing 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, considers its experience in Europe, which includes participating in live fire drills, intense enough to now qualify it as one of the the most combat-ready units on duty according to its commander Colonel Michael J. Simmering.
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so when russia deploys a bunch of amarta's to cuba or stations troops in venezuela then what? i guess were just going to mindlessly cheer for WWIII, just so they can send all these unemployed people some where they can be useful...