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seneca Post time: 2017-4-13 15:44
There is nothing "odd" about Germany not embarking on the same belligerent road that other bi na ...

Hmm,

As of September 2011, over 53,000 troops are stationed in Germany.
The Landstuhl, US Military Bases in Germany is not just one of the multiple bases operated by the United States in Europe, but also the largest one located outside the country.

26 September 2015

The US is stationing up to 20 of a new type of B 61-12 nuclear bombs at the Büchel air base in the Eifel region. Altogether they have 80 times the explosive power of the nuclear bomb exploded in Hiroshima. This was revealed in the German television program “Frontal 21.

The stationing of these bombs is part of the renewal of the American nuclear arsenal. “Frontal 21” referred to the current US budget plan, which indirectly refers to these plans, saying that the weapons will be integrated into German fighter-bombers starting in the third quarter of 2015.

At the same time, additional nuclear weapons locations in Europe are being upgraded with new B 61-12 nuclear bombs. These include the airbases in Incirlik, Turkey and Aviano, Italy.

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seneca Post time: 2017-4-13 15:43
Your comment shows borderless ignorance coupled with a childish desire to speculate about improb ...

Of course any nation should learn from Germany, at least some routes that leads to defeat can be avoided. Never mind if you don't want to learn from them Chinese, its your choice. After all you can learn from Japan.

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seneca Post time: 2017-4-13 15:44
There is nothing "odd" about Germany not embarking on the same belligerent road that other bi na ...

The Germans are the 9th most powerful military out of 126 nations measured - they are still in the pact on the same road. If they aren't on the same road they should rank far away from top 10 not inside top 10.

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