The Pentagon commented on the doctrine in the German-speaking extras

The Pentagon commented on the doctrine in the German-speaking extras

WASHINGTON, Mar 31 — RIA Novosti, Dmitry Zlatarev. Teachings stationed in Germany U.S. troops with the participation of “Russian-speaking supernumeraries” are not preparing for any action, told RIA Novosti the official representative of the Joint multinational training center for military personnel in Germany, the captain of the U.S. army, Chris Bradley.

Earlier, the German staffing Agency Optronic HR confirmed that looking for Russian-speaking extras for American military exercises in Germany.

Daily allowance is from 88 to 120 euros, exercises will be held in two weeks

In parallel with the Russian-speaking statisticians is the recruitment of volunteers with knowledge of Polish or Czech languages. In the explanation on the Agency’s website says, the extras need “for role-playing games in the training exercises of the U.S. army.”

With their help, “will be presented to the civilian population in the regions affected by the crisis, thus, will be reached a close to reality scenario exercises for the military and, accordingly, the best preparation for their overseas missions,” the report says.

“In our center we try to prepare soldiers closest to the reality of the ways to ensure that they will be able to act in many different situations,” he said, commenting on the appearance on the official website of Berlin ads of Russian-speaking extras to participate in the exercises, which will be held from 26 April on the landfill Hohenfels near Nuremberg.

He noted that “these scenarios are not training for anything, but aims to ensure that American soldiers and allies were prepared to address the full range of challenges they may face in the world.”

Bradley recalled that “the us military and its allies are preparing on this site since 1952”. “At a time when the world has changed, we have changed the focus of our training. In the most recent exercise was attended by 1,250 people from Canada, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Latvia, the Netherlands and Slovenia,” he said.

In his words, “the presence of people speaking different languages, and various allies involved in the exercises, provides the complexity of the scenarios.