More than 10,000 U.S. service members are still deployed to NATO and ally nations to help protect them and to support Ukrainians. About 15,000 initially deployed five months ago.

Here are the current deployments, according to Military Times:

  • 500 soldiers from V Corps headquarters in Germany and Poland
  • 1,500 soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division
  • 3,400 soldiers from 1st Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, and their support units
  • 315 soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 321st Field Artillery Regiment
  • 235 soldiers from the 96th Transportation Company
  • 250 soldiers from the 87th Division Sustainment Support Battalion and 8th Ordnance Company
  • 200 Marines from Marine Air Control Group 28 in Lithuania
  • Six F-16 Falcons from the 31st Fighter Wing in Romania
  • Elements of the 5th Battalion, 7th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, in Poland and Slovakia
  • About 800 soldiers spread across Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary and Slovakia
  • 22 AH-64 Apaches and accompanying personnel from 7th Squadron, 17th Cavalry Regiment, in Poland
  • 10 Marine Corps F/A-18s and their personnel in Poland
  • 12 F-35 Lightning IIs in Germany
  • Six Navy EA-18G Growlers in Germany
  • Six F-22 Raptors from the 90th Fighter Squadron at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, United Kingdom, preparing to head to Poland
  • The Harry S. Truman carrier strike group in 6th Fleet

“We have no deployments or redeployments to announce at this time,” a Pentagon spokesperson told Military Times last week. “However, the United States will continue to adjust its posture as needed in response to the dynamic security environment.”

DOD photo by Chad J. McNeeley