Sunday, April 9, 2017
US Military Says NATO Drills Involving Russian Extras Not Mission Rehearsals
"MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Earlier in the day, the German Optronic HR company confirmed posting numerous job ads offering Russian speaking extras a daily 88-120 euros ($94-$129) for pretending to be farmers, shop owners and other improvised local residents in fictitious villages that were set up at the Hohenfels training grounds for upcoming NATO drills due to take place on April 28-May 15."
Continued @ sputniknews.com
Via: John Adams