General Jaroslaw Mika marches before US soldiers during the welcome ceremony at the Polish military base in Zagan, Poland on January 12. Around 4,500 soldiers will be deployed mainly in western Poland, but will conduct exercises across the country. The troops will be followed by around 2,800 tanks and other pieces of military equipment, which are being transported by land from Germany.

General Jaroslaw Mika marches before US soldiers during the welcome ceremony at the Polish military base in Zagan, Poland on January 12. Around 4,500 soldiers will be deployed mainly in western Poland, but will conduct exercises across the country. The troops will be followed by around 2,800 tanks and other pieces of military equipment, which are being transported by land from Germany.

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