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Military leaders on Wednesday testified on national security challenges and military activity in Europe before the House Armed Services Committee as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues.
Watch the hearing in the player above.
U.S. European Command leader General Tod Wolters and Department of Defense Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Dr. Celeste Wallander, spoke during the hearing.
The U.S. will likely need to add more permanent or rotational forces in Europe in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. European Command leader told Congress Tuesday, without detailing when or how many.
“My suspicion is we’re going to still need more,” Wolters told the Senate Armed Services Committee.
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