"Right now, without mobilizing, I don't think they have the capacity to do three major things at one time. They can do one thing, I think, in a big way without mobilizing. But in four to five years, I think that will change," Hodges said. "Certainly within the next four to five years they will have the ability to conduct operations in eastern Ukraine and pressure the Baltics and pressure Georgia and do other things, without having to do a full mobilization." "I think their focus is on Ukraine. I do think some of the other countries that are around the perimeter of Russia are watching that and they are thinking they have got two or three years to get ready before they may become the target." - Lieutenant-General Ben Hodges, commander of U.S. Army forces in Europe http://news.yahoo.com/russia-could-soon-run-multiple-ukraine-sized-operations-131010025.html Meitä on varoitettu.