posted on Oct, 5 2016 @ 06:58 AM
a reply to: Azureblue
Russian planes were over the US not long ago, something about transparency involving the down-sizing of nuclear stockpiles... I'm sure I read that
here on ATS.
Basically both nations are downgrading the amount of nukes on standby and reserve, counter-parts periodically confirm if what the nation says is true.
I'm not sure how deep investigations run but I can imagine such investigations would warrant ground personnel also.
In 2012 about 20 Russian airborne troops arrived in Colorado at Fort Carson. The influx of foreign soldiers represented the first time armed
forces members from another country trained on American soil.
This, in your source isn't true. A lot of allies have trained on US soil over many years, large military exercises are usually never done by one
nation either. Branches of US military intelligence have an exchange program with their closer allies such as Australia, UK, Canada etc. NORAD is
joint command too so I guess quite a few Canadian military personnel are operating on US soil too.
It's probably safe to say any foreign military assets on US soil are there because they are supposed to be, if they weren't I don't think they'd be
getting trained on US soil. It would make a lot more sense to train them on one of many US bases on foreign soil and out of the eye of the prying