I do. I really enjoyed it as Fire Control Officer on DD-986 in the far north Pacific looking for Russian ballistic missile submarines very very quietly.
The old British Army of the Rhine no longer exists in even the tiniest most minuscule amount and the Girl Scouts could spank what is left of the German Army. Hell, they'd line up for it.
"Maskirovka?" "Comrade, I don't know what you're talking about!"
All those American armored and mechanized infantry formations with the thousands of tanks, many of them prepositioned in Europe so REFORGER could simply fly in, fall in and mobilize them to take on the Russians in the Fulda Gap? Well, they're reefs off the coast of the Carolinas now.
What? You failed to notice? That happened almost 30 years ago. You know, when the Cold War ended and we promptly scrapped generations of warfighting machines and hardware. In case it slipped your mind, we've got the 173rd Airborne in Italy and that is about it other than exercise bits of dribs and drabs scattered in front of the Russians in Poland and the Baltic states.