Report: Russian Nuclear Bombers and Spy Planes Fly Dangerously Close to US Mainland

Report: Russian Nuclear Bombers and Spy Planes Fly Dangerously Close to US Mainland
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Things are getting pretty tense between Russia and the United States.

The media told us for a year that Putin and Trump have a secret crush on each other and clearly that was never the case.

Over the past two days, Russia has been acting a little shady in the airspace near Alaska.

Check it out…

From Fox News:

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Russian Bear bombers and spy planes buzzed Alaskan airspace the past two nights in a repeat of incidents earlier this week, two U.S. officials told Fox News on Friday.

Wednesday night a pair of Russian spy planes Ilyushin IL-38s flew near the Aleutian Islands in the Bering Sea staying in the U.S. Air Defense Zone for a few hours before departing.

Thursday night, a pair of long-range nuclear-capable Tupolev Tu-95 Bear bombers flew near Alaska and Canada staying in each country’s air defense zone for hours.

Intense.

Russia is big on posturing and sticking out their chest so who knows what’s really going on here.

Something to keep our eye on.

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