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Russia reestablishes Military Bases in Crimea and begins Military Deployments in response to NATO Threat…

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By Huny Badger AMERICAS FREEDOM FIGHTERS

“Forbidden zone of the Russian Ministry of Defense.”

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During the Cold War the Soviets built military bases in Crimea and some of them were built as defense against naval attack from the Black Sea.

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Since the end of the Cold War, the bases were abandoned and served as a reminder of Soviet military power in the region.

Simferopol, Crimea, along the verdant hills of the southern coast, are known to the locals as, “Object 100”.  Until now, the missile bases were used as a tourist attraction, in which people could pay $50 to visit the abandoned Soviet bases.

In 2014 Russia took back control of Crimea from Ukraine and is now reestablishing military bases once again in Crimea.

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Lithuania and the Baltic Sea have seen an intense amount of military buildup by NATO and Russia and as tensions escalate, so do the number of troops on each side.

A local villager who was employed at one of the bases, until recently, said Russian soldiers had re-occupied the sites and blocked roads leading into the area. He was unable to say when the Russian soldiers arrived.

Per the Russian Ministry of Defense, locals and certain media, Moscow has reconstructed multiple Soviet-built facilities in the region, built new bases and stationed soldiers there.

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“We have, in effect, slid into a new Cold War,” ~ Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev

Since May 2016, the United States and NATO have been working on an International Missile Shield in Romania.  The U.S. says this is to defend against Iranian missile strikes in the region, however, Moscow and Putin has stated that the missile system is a direct threat to Russia and has promised to retaliate.

Russia has created a chain of radar stations on rocky hilltops around Crimea. These stations offer a strategic vantage point for monitoring the Black Sea, and nearby NATO members Turkey, Bulgaria and Romania.

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Russian newspaper Izvestiya quoted a military source in May as saying Moscow will restore the Dnepr station so it can “detect launches of ballistic, cruise and hyper-sonic missiles from the Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea area.”

Most of the Russian military buildup in Crimea is being carried out by the Russian navy and ground forces. But air force bases and landing strips are also being reestablished and heavily armed.

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Source- REUTERS

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AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

VOTE FOR DONALD TRUMP AND TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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