Russian bombers fly close to Alaska again - ABC News

For the second time in as many days, a pair of Russian bombers have flown close to Alaska, this time coming as close as 35 nautical miles to the U.S. coastline, according to a U.S. official. The two days of Russian flights mark the first time in more ...

US Jets Intercept Bombers, Then Russia Again Flies Close to Coast - Newsmax

Russian Tupolev Tu-95 turboprop-powered strategic bombers fly above the Kremlin's cathedrals in Moscow on May 7, 2015, during a rehearsal for the Victory Day military parade. (Alexander Nemenov/AFP/Getty Images). By Karl Nelson | Wednesday, 19 Apr ...

Unfazed: Russian Nuclear Bombers Return to Alaskan Coast, Coming Closer Than Night Before - Townhall

Russia once again flew multiple Tu-95 "Bear" nuclear-capable bombers off the coast of Alaska Tuesday night, this time coming as close as 36 miles to the United States according to Fox News. The two bombers were spotted by U.S. military radar at 5 p.m. ...

US fighter planes intercept Russian bombers near Alaska - kttn

(UPI) — U.S. fighter jets intercepted two Russian bombers near Alaska and flew alongside them for 12 minutes before the Russian planes reversed course, U.S. officials said. The Tu-95 “Bear” bombers, capable of carrying nuclear bombs, breached the ...

US Reportedly Intercepts Two Russian Bombers Off Alaska Coast - Newsweek

Two U.S. fighter planes reportedly intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off the Alaska coast Monday. The U.S. F-22 Raptor fighter aircraft intercepted the Russian TU-95 Bear bombers about 100 miles from Kodiak Island, CNN reported.