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Saudi Arabia is becoming a "reservoir" for American soldiers in the Middle East

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Post by rocky on Sun 13 Oct 2019, 4:10 am

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The Pentagon has issued a statement announcing that Defense Secretary Mark Esper has approved the deployment of 3,000 additional troops and military equipment to Saudi Arabia, including Patriot missile batteries and the THAD anti-missile system. "Mark Esper has agreed to deploy additional US troops" in Saudi Arabia, the statement said, adding that "this represents an additional 3,000 troops who were either extended or allowed to deploy last month." The United States announced at the end of September its intention to send 200 US troops to Saudi Arabia, the first such deployment since the withdrawal of US forces from the region in 2003. The statement said Esber «informed the Saudi Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman this morning to deploy additional troops to ensure and strengthen defense Saudi". Military equipment also includes the THAD anti-missile system. The US move comes as tensions persist in the Gulf region.
An Iranian oil tanker was hit by two suspected missile strikes off the coast of Saudi Arabia on Friday, according to its owner, in the first targeting of an Islamic Republic ship since a series of attacks in the Gulf region, which Washington blamed Tehran.


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