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By David Keene
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Topic - Phillip Karber
Mr. Clark and Mr. Karber said the administration needs to assemble a team of active or retired American officers to advise the Ukrainian army in-country.
"As of last week, U.S.-promised sleeping bags had not arrived in Ukraine," the Clark-Karber report said. "Troops in the rain and mud at the front build fires to keep themselves warm and dry their wet blankets. But the fires give away their positions to Russian snipers and infiltrators."