The New York Army National Guard Soldiers are stepping up and helping Ukraine win against Russia by alloting 140 American soldiers for coalition training. 

These soldiers are reportedly assigned to the 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team. They will do an initial training at Fort Bliss, Texas, before deploying to Germany. 

The troops are set to assist the Joint Multinational Training Group-Ukraine Mission in coordination with the European military. The soldiers are assigned to hold training at the Combat Training Center-Yavoriv. 

The US has previously sent training troops to Germany at the beginning of the war, and the New York Army National Guard soldiers will be replacing the 160 Florida Army National Guard Soldiers from the 53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team’s Task Force Gator.