Germany Starts Deploying Patriot Air Defense Units to Poland

GNOIEN, Germany—Germany on Monday dispatched the first two out of three Patriot air defense units that will be sent to the Polish town of Zamosc close to the Ukrainian border where they will be deployed to prevent stray missile strikes.
Two men were killed by a stray Ukrainian missile that struck the Polish village of Przewodow in the region last November, in an incident that raised fears of the war in Ukraine spilling over the border.
As a result, Berlin offered to deploy three of its Patriot units to Poland to help secure its air space.
Ground-based air defense systems such as Raytheon’s Patriot are built to intercept incoming missiles….

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