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Russia’s Scrambled Jets Intercept ‘U.S. B-52 Bombers’


The U.S. and Russia escorting each other’s bombers in planned flights.

Last week, on Friday, 19 June 2020, the Interfax News Agency reported as that the “scrambled fighter jets” of Russia intercepted “two U.S. B-52 bombers” that were in flight over the region of the “Sea of Okhotsk” situated at the far off eastern sea coast of Russia, as cited from the “Defence Ministry in Moscow”.
Two days prior to this incident, however, Russia had informed that the “U.S. had scrambled fighter jets” for escorting “Russian nuclear-capable Tupolev Tu-95MS bombers” for carrying out a “planned flight” near the border of the United State.