Saturday, January 23, 2021

Two Sukhoi-27 Fighter Jets Force US’ B-52 Bomber To Move Away from Russian Borders

Two Russian fighter jets Sukhoi-27 forced a US B-52 bomber to move away from the Russian border, the Defense Ministry told the media on Thursday.  

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American B-52 bomber was flying over international waters of the Baltic Sea. Russia’s air space control means identified it far away from the border and put it under observation.

Two Sukhoi-27 jets of the air defence forces were ordered to identify and escort the aircraft. After the strategic bomber B-52H changed course to move away from the Russian state border the jets returned to base, the Defense Ministry’s statement says.

The Defense Ministry has uploaded a video of the incident to its Facebook page.

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