Russian Nuclear Bombers Enter Alaskan Airspace

Russian military bombers capable of delivering nuclear warheads have reportedly buzzed into the Alaskan airspace, which happened to be a U.S. guarded air defense zone. The Washington Free Beacon reports the intrusion happened on April 22. Citing unidentified defence officials, it was found two Tu-95 Bear H bombers flew into the Alaska zone. But unlike with earlier incursions, the U.S. didn’t scramble its interceptor jets to trail after the bombers. Navy Capt. Jeff Davis, a spokesman for th...
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