Homeland Security

Intent of Russian military aircraft near U.S. shores remains unclear

“U.S. F-22 fighter jets scrambled about 10 times last year — twice as often as in 2013 — to monitor and photograph Russian Tu-95 ‘Bear’ bombers and MiG-31 fighter jets that flew over the Bering Sea without communicating with U.S. air controllers or turning on radio transponders, which emit identifying signals.”

Source: Intent of Russian military aircraft near U.S. shores remains unclear – LA Times

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