Q&A with Tecumseh Court
What do NATO's preparations look like?
Dear Tecumseh Court,
First off, I just read this: “Travels with Milley: The general brings his ‘big green map’ to NATO’s flank,” where I came across this sentence:
Milley began quizzing aides about the coming invasion: ‘How many? Where are they? What can we see? What’s hidden? What’s the intent?’
Thanks to Tecumseh Court, I understand better (really, 100 percent) the meaning of the question, “What’s the intent?” (I have to wonder if the journalist understands the meaning of “intent” as Milley used it.) Thank you, Tecumseh Court.1
Anyway, the article’s penultimate paragraph reads,
Milley’s army is preparing for a war he hopes it will never have to fight. It’s eerie, traveling this NATO arc, to see US and NATO forces arrayed like a picket line. NATO, once a seeming anachronism, is reenergized. Putin is cornered with his reckless adventure in Ukraine.
I would welcome an explanation of what those preparations look like, the contingencies the military plans for, and how each division of the US military (Army, Marines, Air Force, and Navy) would contribute, if and when the US is drawn into this war.
Clarence E. FENSTERWASSER2
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