The U.S. has offered Rwanda military aid--1,000 troops--to help distribute the food and medical supplies already being delivered, according to the Rwandan Prime Minister. Faustin Twagiramungu said he'll respond tomorrow. The U.S. forces reportedly would use the Rwandan capital, Kigali, as a transit point instead of the jammed airport near refugee camps in the Zairian border town of Goma. The bottlenecked Goma has proved a frustrating place from which to launch a rescue effort, even though the largest contingent of refugees has gathered in and around the city. U.S. aircraft landed there today with vital equipment to purify contaminated water that has spread cholera among tens of thousands of the 1.2 million refugees.