Special Operations Forces have substantially increased their assistance to the Ukrainian military.
A covert operation involving Special Operations personnel of the United States indicates the scope of the endeavor to aid the Ukrainian military. American and NATO special operations personnel have trained alongside their Ukrainian counterparts for years. Some C.I.A. agents have continued to work clandestinely in Ukraine, mainly in Kyiv. They direct a significant portion of the massive quantities of intelligence the United States shares with the Ukrainian military.
Saturday, Russian soldiers launched a salvo of missiles toward Ukrainian sites. The 10th Special Forces Group of the United States Army has been training Ukrainian commandos in the west of the nation. It formed in secret a coalition planning center in Germany to organize military aid to Ukraine. Twenty countries have joined the call, part of a more significant effort to expedite ally support to Ukrainian soldiers. The Times has opened a Telegram channel to increase the global accessibility of its articles.
The commandos do not serve alongside Ukrainian forces on the front lines but instead provide advice from headquarters in other regions of the nation. However, their logistics, training, and intelligence assistance are observable on the battlefield. Officers of the Central Intelligence Agency serving in Ukraine have concentrated on directing the intelligence the U.S. government has provided to the Ukrainian government. The United States government does not recognize C.I.A. operations in Ukraine or any other nation. However, the agency’s training expertise focuses on counterinsurgency and counterterrorism operations.