Former Norwalk resident works to bring critical supplies to battlegrounds in Ukraine
A former Norwalk resident is continuing to work on getting critical supplies to the front lines of the war in Ukraine.
James Vasquez says the new technology he is bringing is with the help from the nonprofit Ripley's Heroes.
"It makes all the difference in the world," Vasquez told News 12 Connecticut's Shosh Bedrosian. "Now we have good communication, we have solid body armor, we have Kevlar, we have drones with talented drone operator here. We got a command post that we can actually see. I can't show you what's going on here but we got several TVs set up, so we can actually see what's going on from the field."
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