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Russian bombers fly close to Alaska again - ABC News;

Russian bombers fly close to Alaska again - ABC News

ABC NewsRussian bombers fly close to Alaska againABC NewsFor 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 ...and more »

Russian bombers spotted off Alaskan coast twice in 24 hours - Q13 FOX;

Russian bombers spotted off Alaskan coast twice in 24 hours - Q13 FOX

Q13 FOXRussian bombers spotted off Alaskan coast twice in 24 hoursQ13 FOXWASHINGTON, D.C. — Two Russian TU-95 Bear bombers were spotted flying about 41 miles off the coast of Alaska on Tuesday, just hours after two US F-22 fighter jets intercepted the same type of Russian aircraft in the area. An E-3 surveillance aircraft ...and more »

World War 3 Alert: Russian Bombers Buzz Alaska Coastline — Russia Wants Alaska Back, Pravda Site Hints - The Inquisitr;

World War 3 Alert: Russian Bombers Buzz Alaska Coastline — Russia Wants Alaska Back, Pravda Site Hints - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrWorld War 3 Alert: Russian Bombers Buzz Alaska Coastline — Russia Wants Alaska Back, Pravda Site HintsThe InquisitrA pair of Russian bombers capable of delivering a nuclear bombing attack buzzed the southern coastline of Alaska late Monday night, the Pentagon revealed on Wednesday, the first such provocation since Donald Trump took office. But the Russian online ...and more »

US intercepts more Russian bombers near Alaska - Washington Examiner

US intercepts more Russian bombers near AlaskaWashington ExaminerTwo F-22 stealth fighter jets intercepted two Russian TU-85 "Bear" bombers in international airspace. The jets flew beside the bombers before breaking contact. (AP Photo/Greg Baker). U.S. aircraft have intercepted long-range Russian bombers near Alaska ...and more »

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

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

NewsmaxUS Jets Intercept Bombers, Then Russia Again Flies Close to CoastNewsmaxRussian 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 ...and more »

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

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

TownhallUnfazed: Russian Nuclear Bombers Return to Alaskan Coast, Coming Closer Than Night BeforeTownhallRussia 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. ...and more »

2 Russian Bombers Intercepted Near Alaska This Week - Newser;

2 Russian Bombers Intercepted Near Alaska This Week - Newser

Newser2 Russian Bombers Intercepted Near Alaska This WeekNewserIn this Nov. 20, 2015, photo made from video taken from the Russian Defense Ministry website, a Russian Tu-95 bomber is shown. (AP Photo/Russian Defense Ministry Press Service). (Newser) – "Nothing to see here," was US military officials' reaction to ...and more »

WW3 FEARS: Trump-Putin tensions escalate as Russian bombers intercepted near US coast - Express.co.uk;

WW3 FEARS: Trump-Putin tensions escalate as Russian bombers intercepted near US coast - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukWW3 FEARS: Trump-Putin tensions escalate as Russian bombers intercepted near US coastExpress.co.ukRUSSIAN bombers have been intercepted near the US coast as tensions between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin's countries continue to escalate. By Vickiie Oliphant. PUBLISHED: 16:40, Wed, Apr 19, 2017 | UPDATED: 20:15, Wed, Apr 19, 2017 ...and more »

Russian bombers intercepted 100 miles off Alaska island by US F-22s - MLive.com;

Russian bombers intercepted 100 miles off Alaska island by US F-22s - MLive.com

MLive.comRussian bombers intercepted 100 miles off Alaska island by US F-22sMLive.comAir Force officials have received authorization from Congress for more F-22 Raptors. Some 90 Raptors have been delivered to the Air Force to date. The 478th Aeronautical Systems Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is overseeing the production, ...and more »

US F-22s intercept Russian bombers in international airspace - Blasting News;

US F-22s intercept Russian bombers in international airspace - Blasting News

Blasting NewsUS F-22s intercept Russian bombers in international airspaceBlasting NewsUS military aircraft F-22 intercepted two Russian bombers TU-95 Bear yesterday in international airspace near Alaska, confirmed the Pentagon for CNN. A US military official described the interception as "safe and professional," and stated that there ...and more »

US Reportedly Intercepts Two Russian Bombers Off Alaska Coast - Newsweek;

US Reportedly Intercepts Two Russian Bombers Off Alaska Coast - Newsweek

NewsweekUS Reportedly Intercepts Two Russian Bombers Off Alaska CoastNewsweekTwo 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.and more »

US fighter jets intercept 2 Russian bombers off Alaska's coast - CBS News;

US fighter jets intercept 2 Russian bombers off Alaska's coast - CBS News

CBS NewsUS fighter jets intercept 2 Russian bombers off Alaska's coastCBS NewsWASHINGTON -- The U.S. military says it intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off Alaska's coast. Navy Commander Gary Ross, a Pentagon spokesman, says a pair of F-22 Raptor aircraft intercepted the Russian TU-95 Bear bombers on ...and more »

U.S. fighter planes intercept Russian bombers near Alaska - UPI.com;

U.S. fighter planes intercept Russian bombers near Alaska - UPI.com

UPI.comU.S. fighter planes intercept Russian bombers near AlaskaUPI.comTwo Tu-95 "bear" bombers, similar to the one pictured, were intercepted by U.S. fighter jets off the Alaskan coast on Monday night. The U.S. planes flew alongside the Russian planes for 12 minutes before the Russian planes reversed course and left the ...and more »

US Air Force F-22 Fighters Intercept Two Russian Nuclear-capable Tu-95 Bombers Near Alaska - Defenseworld.net;

US Air Force F-22 Fighters Intercept Two Russian Nuclear-capable Tu-95 Bombers Near Alaska - Defenseworld.net

Defenseworld.netUS Air Force F-22 Fighters Intercept Two Russian Nuclear-capable Tu-95 Bombers Near AlaskaDefenseworld.netUS Air Force scrambled two F-22 stealth fighter jets and an E-3 airborne early warning plane to intercept two Russian nuclear-capable Tu-95 bombers near Alaska Monday night. The two bombers flew approximately 280 miles southwest of Elmendorf Air ...and more »

US scrambles jets as two Russian bombers fly near Alaska - gulfnews.com;

US scrambles jets as two Russian bombers fly near Alaska - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comUS scrambles jets as two Russian bombers fly near Alaskagulfnews.comWASHINGTON: Two Russian long-range bombers flew about 160 km off the Alaskan coast on Monday night, the first time since President Donald Trump took office that Moscow has sent warplanes so close to the United States, the military said Tuesday.and more »

F-22 jets scrambled to intercept Russian strategic bombers near Alaska - Russia Beyond the Headlines;

F-22 jets scrambled to intercept Russian strategic bombers near Alaska - Russia Beyond the Headlines

Russia Beyond the HeadlinesF-22 jets scrambled to intercept Russian strategic bombers near AlaskaRussia Beyond the Headlines"On April 17, 2017, two Tu-95MS strategic bombers from the Ukrainka airbase have successfully performed tasks under the air patrol schedule." Source: Anton Denisov / RIA Novosti. U.S. F-22 stealth fighter jets have accompanied Russia's Tu-95MS 'Bear' ...and more »

US scrambles stealth fighter jets to intercept Russian bomber planes off Alaska coast - The Independent;

US scrambles stealth fighter jets to intercept Russian bomber planes off Alaska coast - The Independent

The IndependentUS scrambles stealth fighter jets to intercept Russian bomber planes off Alaska coastThe IndependentAmerican fighter jets have been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers off the coast of Alaska in the first such confrontation since Donald Trump took office. Two F-22 Raptor stealth jets and an E-3 Sentry early warning plane were dispatched in ...and more »

US stealth fighter jets intercept Russian nuclear-capable bombers in 'show of force' just 100 miles from Alaska - The Sun;

US stealth fighter jets intercept Russian nuclear-capable bombers in 'show of force' just 100 miles from Alaska - The Sun

The SunUS stealth fighter jets intercept Russian nuclear-capable bombers in 'show of force' just 100 miles from AlaskaThe SunThe US military says it intercepted two Russian bombers in international airspace off Alaska's coast. Two US Air Force F-22 Raptors were scrambled to intercept the Russian bombers. Getty Images. 2. Two US Air Force F-22 Raptors were scrambled to ...and more »

US fighter jets take off to intercept Russian bomber planes near Alaska - Pravda;

US fighter jets take off to intercept Russian bomber planes near Alaska - Pravda

PravdaUS fighter jets take off to intercept Russian bomber planes near AlaskaPravdaOn the night of April 18, two nuclear-capable Russian Tu-95 bombers flew 100 miles from Kodiak Island in Alaska and 280 miles from the US Air Force base Elmendorf. US fighter jets had to take off to intercept the Russian bomber aircraft, Fox News ...and more »

US intercepts two Russian bombers - The Punch;

US intercepts two Russian bombers - The Punch

The PunchUS intercepts two Russian bombersThe PunchU.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM) confirmed Tuesday that two Russian TU-95 bombers were intercepted off the coast of Alaska on Monday evening. According to a U.S. official, the intercept occurred 100 nautical miles south of Kodiak Island.and more »