General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has been deeply involved in the war in Ukraine, talking to Ukraine's armed forces commander weekly and overseeing a top-secret command center monitoring intelligence on the conflict. The war has seen intense combat, with Ukraine losing 200,000 soldiers and Russia 300,000. The Ukrainian offensive, planned by Milley, has faced unexpected resistance, and the article questions how long the political will of the Ukrainian people can withstand the casualties. The US has provided military equipment and intelligence to Ukraine, but target selection and authority to strike remains with Ukraine.
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