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The United States Will Send Germany Six Planes to Jam Enemy Radars

United States will send six planes to jam enemy radars to Germany in order to enhance NATO’s capabilities in Eastern Europe, the Pentagon reported Monday.

The EA-18G Growler aircraft”are not being deployed for use against Russian forces in Ukraine”clarified the Pentagon spokesman, John Kirby.

“They are being deployed in line with our efforts to bolster NATO deterrence and defense capabilities along that eastern flank.”

Kirby He said the planes were expected to arrive at Spangdahlem Air Base in western Germany on Monday from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island in Washington state.

The spokesman reported that the planes, a modified version of the F/A-18, use sensors to interfere with enemy radar and air defense systems.

The dispatch of these planes will be accompanied by the deployment of 240 members of the Navy to Germany, the spokesman added.

The White House plans to allocate $6.9 billion to help Ukraine to defend against the Russian invasion and support NATO member countries, according to its budget proposal revealed on Monday.

The United States has increased aid to Ukraine after the Russian invasion, including security assistance and humanitarian aid.

the ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelenskyhas asked the countries of the OTAN send more weapons to Ukraine such as advanced fighter aircraft, missile defense systems, tanks, armored vehicles, and missiles.

Washington has so far ruled out sending large planes and weapons to Ukraine.

US President Joe Biden has said he does not want to cross the line into what he says could become “World War III”, pitting a nuclear-armed Russia against NATO.

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