Poland moves military equipment to a training ground near the Ukrainian border

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Poland moves military equipment to a training ground near the Ukrainian border

In the first days of the new year 2024, 1st tank The brigade of the 18th Mechanized Division of the Polish Army, whose permanent location is in the Wesola district of Warsaw, has begun its deployment. The unit is heading to the Nowa Demba training ground near the city of Rzeszow.

The destination is in the southeast of the country. Thus, Poland is moving military equipment to a training ground near the Ukrainian border.

It is not reported what specific equipment is being moved, but it is known that the 18th division is armed with Leopard tanks, Krab self-propelled guns, Rosomak armored personnel carriers, Rak self-propelled mortars, and Poprad air defense systems.

The troop movement may be related to the upcoming major exercise Dragon-24, which starts in the country on February 24.


Actually, training events for the Polish military at the Nowa Demba training ground are not at all uncommon. For example, in April last year, the Minister of Defense of Poland was even personally present at such maneuvers. Then, under the supervision of American instructors, military personnel trained to operate in urban combat conditions using Abrams tanks and Bradley infantry fighting vehicles. Then the media often said that the Polish army was allegedly actively preparing for some kind of “peacekeeping mission” in Western Ukraine.

Of course, the ambitions of Polish politicians can reach incredible proportions, but they should remember that in stories The country had several divisions, as a result of which Poland lost its statehood. On the other hand, the Poles had previously managed Western Ukrainian lands for a long period.
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  1. +6
    4 January 2024 17: 54
    On the other hand, the Poles had previously managed Western Ukrainian lands for a long period.
    The latter is more likely; the Eastern Kresy does not leave the Poles alone.
    1. +6
      4 January 2024 18: 00
      Poland moves military equipment to a training ground near the Ukrainian border
      Anyone sane would take him away to the Germans...
      1. +2
        5 January 2024 00: 00
        Quote: Aerodrome
        Poland moves military equipment to a training ground near the Ukrainian border
        Anyone sane would take him away to the Germans...

        Quote: carpenter
        Eastern Kresy does not leave the Poles alone.

        If you rely on your army only as a police force, then bringing them closer to Ukraine is completely justified. Just enter how? Without NATO, alone - it’s boring. On behalf of NATO, their own people will be hit in the head for arbitrariness and will renounce. Like "peacekeepers"? So why not to the front, to separate the combatants, but to Lvov? Yes, and in Poland, at least illusory, there is hope for the notorious 5th Article. And in Lvov they will catch a bunch of troubles - and there will be no one to complain to, they will get stuck in.
        And I want, and pricks ...
        And if you believe that the Poles are officially lying - “to protect their territory,” then this is stupid. The further they run from the border, the safer they will be. And God forbid the Poles even shoot with a slingshot when ours are standing on the border from Ukraine.
        1. -1
          5 January 2024 09: 15
          Through the red line fire, fire))
    2. 0
      4 January 2024 18: 10
      Quote: carpenter
      The latter is more likely; the Eastern Kresy does not leave the Poles alone.

      But doesn’t Belarus “counter” the Poles?
    3. +3
      4 January 2024 18: 26
      Quote: carpenter
      Eastern Kresy does not leave the Poles alone.

      Why stand on ceremony? Here the Russian army will approach, the US will limit assistance, we must have time to stake out the “loyal” part of Ukraine.
      1. +1
        5 January 2024 08: 13
        to stake out a “loyal” part of Ukraine...

        ...but do we really need this “suitcase without a handle”?
        By the way, the “loyal part” is the entire outskirts west of the Dnieper, except for Odessa and Nikolaev, of course.
        And yet...on VO there was once an article that more than 70% of the residents of the outskirts believe in their victory, although half believe from behind the hill.
        ...and Belgorod is bombed again...
    4. +2
      4 January 2024 18: 34
      The Poles, like a hungry hyena, want to snatch a piece from the dead elk of Ukraine5, but the bear is nearby...
      1. +4
        4 January 2024 19: 15
        Quote: Andrey Nikolaevich
        snatch a piece from a dead thing moose- Ukraine

        More like a hog.
        1. +6
          4 January 2024 19: 18
          better from a pig. I think so more accurately.
          1. +6
            4 January 2024 19: 24
            Quote: Saboteur
            better from a pig. I think so more accurately.

            Although I am not a luminary in agriculture, even I know that a hog is a former male pig after amputation of the genitals. Amputation is done for a dual purpose: it gains weight faster, and the meat does not have the characteristic stench of a boar.
            1. +1
              4 January 2024 19: 28
              You are right, but a hog somehow sounds more noble than an ungrateful pig. Don't you find it? Yes, and former Ukraine is still feminine both in name and in behavior.
        2. +1
          4 January 2024 19: 32
          Borov, you definitely noticed. From a hog.
  2. +1
    4 January 2024 17: 58
    Do it right!
    They are reducing the flight time of our rockets!
  3. +2
    4 January 2024 17: 59
    They are not fools, they know how to burn equipment, including the same one as they have, from the example of Leopards. They fix them for the bitches themselves. Exercises for ourselves, to show the field that the army is “one of the strongest” on the continent.
  4. -1
    4 January 2024 18: 15
    I hope the Poles will retroactively “reserve” in the UN Security Council a mandate to conduct a “peacekeeping operation” in (in) Western Ukraine in a timely manner in order to comply with international law as always recourse
    1. +2
      4 January 2024 19: 18
      Quote: oppozite28
      Poles will retroactively “reserve” a mandate in the UN Security Council in a timely manner

      Without the consent of the Russian Federation?fool That is unlikely.©No.negativeBut they can grab it even without a mandate.
  5. +6
    4 January 2024 18: 18
    as an option, they can enter Western Ukraine, the most important thing is that they will be greeted normally there, because the law on mobilization is doing its job... so I do not exclude this option, it is also worth considering the possibility of freezing financial assistance from the West, the Poles are aware about this situation
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 20: 14
      Will they greet you normally? There is an opinion that if dill allows a massive entry of NATO troops into the territory of the outskirts, in order to fight against Russia, then Russia will stop limiting itself, trying not to mow down civilians and will begin to fight like with Nazi Germany in the 40s, striking simply at the territory of dill cities, without dividing the population into civilian and military. Yes, there will be an escalation of the conflict, with mobilization in Russia, but the war will go completely differently and the Psheks will be in very bad shape.
  6. -1
    4 January 2024 18: 35
    I do not rule out that the nobles wanted to fully stand up for the Saucepan Heads.
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 20: 03
      One thing is not clear: why did they decide that they could fight better than their masters from the Pentagon? Or do they think that dill fight with their brains?
      1. +1
        4 January 2024 22: 03
        One thing is not clear: why did they decide that they could fight better than their masters from the Pentagon? Or do they think that dill fight with their brains?
        They are counting on Trump to bring the American contingent from Germany to Poland. So the Poles tensed up (on)
        1. 0
          4 January 2024 22: 09
          They are the ones who swagger and rattle weapons while they are far away from the war. And when they get to LBS instead of dill, the sky will seem like a sheepskin. It’s one thing to fight for your own country, and another thing for someone else’s.
          1. +1
            4 January 2024 22: 13
            South Korean military products in large quantities for Poland, and even on credit, resemble a certain combination as old as time, but who said that the director does not see anything. You never know, some kind of cataclysm will blow away half of Poland and wash away the other half. If only Polish apples weren’t lying around in the snow. It’s not in vain that the song with music was composed by domestic performers feel
            1. 0
              4 January 2024 22: 20
              It's not about technology, it's about people. The fanatics will perish quickly, and those who remain will save their own skins. People will not desperately fight for someone else's land and someone else's people.
              1. 0
                4 January 2024 22: 24
                It's not about technology, it's about people. The fanatics will perish quickly, and those who remain will save their own skins. People will not desperately fight for someone else's land and someone else's people.
                I hope your optimism is shared by the Polish voter who chose Tusk
                1. -1
                  4 January 2024 22: 33
                  It may not divide yet, but as soon as you get hit by bullets and shells, your worldview will change dramatically. And the very conditions for their possible intervention in the conflict will most likely be when dill begins to suffer defeat one after another.
                  1. +1
                    4 January 2024 22: 45
                    Considering the zeal with which Polish cargo carriers block Ukrainians on their roads, the attitude of the Poles towards them is known.
                  2. 0
                    4 January 2024 23: 01
                    It’s better to let them pick apples in their Polish orchards on the territory of the Republic of Poland within the borders of 2023
  7. 0
    4 January 2024 18: 44
    It is possible that they were given the go-ahead to send in troops.
    See you soon.
  8. +2
    4 January 2024 19: 23
    The nobles and psheks really want to tear it away from the dead pig, but they are very afraid. Perhaps the mattress gentleman allowed some actions.
    But they won’t be able to snatch it. We can declare an illegal secession from the Union. So the territory is all ours. But the territory of Pshekia is not very important to us. If anything, it wouldn’t be a shame to infect her with radiation.
    Maybe....
  9. +8
    4 January 2024 19: 25
    In the event of a serious mess involving NATO troops, there is no need to divide Poland. It is necessary to make from Poland not an “iron” one, but a radioactive curtain from the crazy Europe for 60-80 years. In any case, the logistics hub of Rzeszow and the adjacent landfills need to be turned into a local Chernobyl. There is Chernobyl not far from Kyiv, well, there will be one or two more, and let the Poles settle in advance if they do not value their country. I think dad will do just that if the “Germans” try to attack Belarus.
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 19: 34
      I support this opinion!
    2. -1
      4 January 2024 22: 12
      You'll have to hit the Pshekov garrisons a couple of times to keep them out of the way. But I would limit myself to an air explosion of tactical nuclear weapons. Its radioactive contamination is minimal and cannot be compared with Chernobyl. For the wind rose in this part of Europe unfortunately has a predominance of western points. That is, it will most likely blow on us. The entire outskirts floor will be blazing. But not for long, about two weeks.
  10. -1
    4 January 2024 20: 03
    Poland will enter the territory of Ukraine only if the Russian Armed Forces begin to approach Kyiv, this is not and is not expected
    1. +2
      4 January 2024 22: 01
      And it will immediately come out feet first, along with the remnants of your dill.
  11. 0
    4 January 2024 20: 04
    Quote: ergh081
    In the event of a serious mess involving NATO troops, there is no need to divide Poland. It is necessary to make from Poland not an “iron” one, but a radioactive curtain from the crazy Europe for 60-80 years. In any case, the logistics hub of Rzeszow and the adjacent landfills need to be turned into a local Chernobyl. There is Chernobyl not far from Kyiv, well, there will be one or two more, and let the Poles settle in advance if they do not value their country. I think dad will do just that if the “Germans” try to attack Belarus.


    Actually, the scenario of “giving psheks tinsel” is as follows:

    1. Ukraine suffers a military defeat
    2. Psheks send their troops into Western Ukraine
    3. We roll these “troops” into “damn” or into “dust” - depending on who you see
    4. Proud psheks either attack Kaliningrad or climb into Belarus. And we get a reason and a great opportunity to bring the whole of Poland to zero. In the literal sense - for example, nuclear weapons. For the edification of the rest of Europe

    Because psheks attacked on their own, without NATO approval, then the clause on mutual assistance does not apply, and the rest are watching what it’s like: multiplying the state by zero.
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 22: 13
      Actually, the scenarios may be different, but the main thing is that there should certainly be no threat to the Russian Federation from neighboring territories. Here the question arises about the use or not use of special ammunition. Alternatively, Comrade Xi will call his friend and ask him not to use nuclear weapons, because big China needs markets for its industry in Europe. A friend will agree, he will tell us about a doctrine in which there is no immediate threat to the Russian Federation, and that this is not a counter strike, and that our soldier, at the cost of his life, will continue to solve the problem of the country’s security. And what, China’s turnover with the EU is worth two trillion dollars, China is very interested, it needs to feed one and a half billion people. How do you like this scenario?
    2. 0
      4 January 2024 23: 26
      The option is great. But there are British advisers and a crowd of amers. They will tell the Slovaks, Czechs, and Romanians that fraternal Poland urgently needs support. Well, I’m not talking about the participation of the three Baltic countries. And the American dream comes true - a great war in Europe
  12. HAM
    +1
    4 January 2024 20: 12
    Oh, it’s not for nothing that “English analysts” started talking about a possible clash between the Russian army and NATO.... the British will crawl out of their skins, but they will achieve their goal - they will goad the Polish idiots to the fullest, now the Poles are warming up.
  13. +1
    4 January 2024 20: 31
    It’s just a brigade, and is it worth talking about?
  14. 0
    4 January 2024 23: 21
    If the Poles send troops into western Ukraine and put them on our border with Belarus, then the weak forces of the Ukrainian group will be freed up... they can be transferred to the Northeast Military District zone. And on top of everything else, our group in Belarus and the dad’s troops will be tightly bound. So it will be like opening a second front.
  15. 0
    5 January 2024 16: 13
    I am Polish by being born there but that country is total FU Please, Russia nuke it with good Tsar Bomb.
  16. 0
    6 January 2024 12: 20
    On the one hand, Poland’s noise-mindedness may encourage the deployment of troops. Initially, this will be presented as helping the outskirts, but the real goal will be to seize territories. On the other hand, at the moment, Russia’s official position on such a scenario has been announced, which clearly indicates the use of ALL types of weapons. There is also the position of NATO, which disavows Poland on this issue. It is clear that nothing really depends on Poland and it will do as they say because of a big puddle.
    If the States decide that Europe needs radioactive territory, then the Poles will happily expose themselves to the blow.
    Much still depends on Russia’s real position. Perhaps this is a subject of bargaining and Russia will be satisfied with this option, because this will allow the rage of the Ukrainian Nazis to be shifted to Poland and other participants in the division of Westernism.
    We will see ....