US Trying To Send Message To Russia? Polish Troops Begin Live Fire Exercises

Ukrainian servicemen get inside armoured personnel carriers (APC) during a ceremony to hand over weapons, military equipment and aircraft to the army at a firing range outside Zhytomyr January 5, 2015. Reuters/Valentyn Ogirenko

Is America trying to send a message of intimidation to Russia? According to sources The U.S. and Polish troops started their live-fire exercises in northern Poland on Wednesday. As part of a NATO program to reinforce commitment to the security in Eastern Europe. The military exercise assumes significance in the light of the Ukraine conflict, where the Government forces and eastern rebels are fighting each other, until a recent truce brought a small respite. The Eastern Europe seems insecure because of the muscle flexing of Russia in the region, with NATO blaming Russia for supporting the rebel offensive in Ukraine. This situation appears to become more volatile by the day and everyone’s on edge as to wonder when the powder Keg will explode? FULL REPORT