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April 20, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Air Force is headed for Siberia, not on a spy mission or a bombing run, but to take part in what's being called the first joint military exercise involving U.S. forces on Russian soil. The two countries will team up this week for a mock search-and-rescue operation on a remote Russian island in the Arctic Ocean.
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September 2, 1994 | Times Wire Services
U.S. soldiers arrived Thursday in Russia's southern Urals to take part in a joint peacekeeping exercise. The 250 servicemen will be the first U.S. soldiers to hold maneuvers on Russian soil. The joint maneuvers, scheduled to run from today to Sept 10, are designed to help work out tactics, techniques and procedures for future U.S.-Russian peacekeeping operations.
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September 2, 1994 | Times Wire Services
U.S. soldiers arrived Thursday in Russia's southern Urals to take part in a joint peacekeeping exercise. The 250 servicemen will be the first U.S. soldiers to hold maneuvers on Russian soil. The joint maneuvers, scheduled to run from today to Sept 10, are designed to help work out tactics, techniques and procedures for future U.S.-Russian peacekeeping operations.
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June 1, 1994 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A delegation of U.S. senators Tuesday sought to defuse anti-American sentiment by proposing that joint military exercises, which were to be conducted in Russia, take place instead on U.S. soil. The United States and Russia agreed in September to the maneuvers, with both governments billing the exercise as a dry run for possible future peacekeeping operations. The drill was to take place in July at the Totsk testing ground in the Ural Mountains.
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June 1, 1994 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A delegation of U.S. senators Tuesday sought to defuse anti-American sentiment by proposing that joint military exercises, which were to be conducted in Russia, take place instead on U.S. soil. The United States and Russia agreed in September to the maneuvers, with both governments billing the exercise as a dry run for possible future peacekeeping operations. The drill was to take place in July at the Totsk testing ground in the Ural Mountains.
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April 20, 1993 | From Associated Press
The Air Force is headed for Siberia, not on a spy mission or a bombing run, but to take part in what's being called the first joint military exercise involving U.S. forces on Russian soil. The two countries will team up this week for a mock search-and-rescue operation on a remote Russian island in the Arctic Ocean.
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