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Two US Vets Reportedly Captured by Russian Troops in Ukraine as Families Scramble to Learn More | Military Times

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Andy Tai Ngoc Huynh, 27, and Alexander Drueke, 39 have been photographed in the custody of Russian Soldiers. According to the family, they have not been heard from in days. The U.S. State Department examines allegations that at least two American citizens were kidnapped in Ukraine by Russian or Russian-backed rebel militants. Just last week, a court in Donetsk condemned two British citizens and a Moroccan to death. US officials have confirmed that the men in question are in fact US military veterans, and have stated they are ware of the images in circulation. US Army and Marine Corps has confirmed the service of the two men. Drueke acted as a “Chemical Operations Specialist” and has served in Iraq and Kuwait. Huynh acted as a an “Engineer Equipment Operator” who served in the Marine Corps for four years.


Source: https://www.military.com/daily-news/2022/06/15/two-us-vets-reportedly-captured-russian-troops-ukraine-families-scramble-learn-more.html

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