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Home Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks with Ukrainian forces via video teleconference participating in a pre-scheduled professional military education program, April 10, 2022. These Ukrainian forces were in the U.S. when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began on February 24. These troops are now returning to Ukraine to help defend their country. Secretary Austin thanked these troops for their service and for their courage, noting the skill with which the Ukrainian Armed Forces are fighting Russia’s unprovoked invasion. (Chad J. McNeeley, DOD) Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks with Ukrainian forces via video teleconference participating in a pre-scheduled professional military education program, April 10, 2022. These Ukrainian forces were in the U.S. when Russia's invasion of Ukraine began on February 24. These troops are now returning to Ukraine to help defend their country. Secretary Austin thanked these troops for their service and for their courage, noting the skill with which the Ukrainian Armed Forces are fighting Russia's unprovoked invasion. (Chad J. McNeeley, DOD)

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks with Ukrainian forces via video teleconference participating in a pre-scheduled professional military education program, April 10, 2022. These Ukrainian forces were in the U.S. when Russia’s invasion of Ukraine began on February 24. These troops are now returning to Ukraine to help defend their country. Secretary Austin thanked these troops for their service and for their courage, noting the skill with which the Ukrainian Armed Forces are fighting Russia’s unprovoked invasion. (Chad J. McNeeley, DOD)

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks with Ukrainian forces via video teleconference participating in a pre-scheduled professional military education program, April 10, 2022. These Ukrainian forces were in the U.S. when Russia's invasion of Ukraine began on February 24. These troops are now returning to Ukraine to help defend their country. Secretary Austin thanked these troops for their service and for their courage, noting the skill with which the Ukrainian Armed Forces are fighting Russia's unprovoked invasion. (Chad J. McNeeley, DOD)
Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III speaks remotely with Ukrainian Forces training in the United States April 10, 2022. Secretary Austin thanked the troops for their service and courage as they prepared to return home to the Ukraine to help defend their country. The soldiers were training on patrol craft operations, communications, and maintenance when the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24. They since received additional advanced tactical training on systems the United States has provided to Ukraine, including the Switchblade UAV. (U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Trey Hutcheson)