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Nayeem Ahmed
Jul 07, 2022
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In July last year, Senator Duckworth introduced the Taiwan Partnership Act to promote Taiwan's participation in the SPP. Although the case was unsuccessful, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022 incorporated the National Guard program, requiring the U.S. Department of Defense to submit a report on the National Guard's cooperation with the Taiwanese military. Senator Duckworth is credited with pushing the National Guard cooperation program behind the scenes. Screenshot_2022-06-02_am 6_26_41 Photo Credit: U.S. National Guard website Countries around the world that have participated in the State Partnership Program Is it good to join SPP? You can refer to the opinion of General Daniel R. Hokanson, director of the U.S. National Guard: Some people are surprised by how Ukraine is doing (in the war), but the members of the National Guard are not surprised photo retouching at all, because the National Guard has been training the Ukrainian army together and has trained with them for almost 29 years. One state's English teachers have been training for 29 years to lay a solid foundation, and many foreign language teachers have been training for 8 years, and they have beaten the Russian soldiers to the bottom. SPP can definitely help improve the military's combat effectiveness. What's more, Taiwan has been trained by the American Association for more than 29 years. It's just that Adozai, who loves to play tennis near AIT, won't publicly admit it before... Hey, don't say too much, I'm afraid that Zhao Lijian will be at the press conference tomorrow. I'm going to cry. This article is reprinted by I cannot support the authorization, the original text is published here Further reading US Senator Duckworth's visit to Taiwan: Taiwan will not fight alone, the United States stands with Taiwan From Iraq War Veteran to First Thai-American Senator: Tammy Duckworth Photo of Taiwanese officers and soldiers appearing in the US milita
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