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RED ALERT! Enemy Planes Spotted Flying Along U.S. Coast, LOOK Who Is Behind This…

For the fourth time in as many days, Russian military planes have flown too close to the U.S. for comfort.

Each night this week starting Monday, the Russian military has sent planes flying towards Alaska.

The planes have remained in international airspace for the length of their journeys, but have gotten as close as 36 nautical miles off the Alaskan mainland.

While military officials don’t seem too concerned about the Russian fly bys, the mysterious missions raise questions because the Russians haven’t flown this close to Alaska in two years.

The first incident happened Monday night, when two nuclear-capabe Tu-95 Bear bombers were intercepted by American F-22 fighter jets about 100 miles off the coast of Kodiak Island.

The following night, a pair of the same kind of bombers flew towards Alaska, staying north of the Aleutian Islands.

The U.S. Air Force didn’t sent any fighter jets to follow the planes this time, instead sending a surveillance plane to make sure the larger bombers weren’t hiding any stealth planes flying underneath them.

The Air Force also decided against scrambling fighter jets on Wednesday, when the Russians sent a pair of Ilyushin IL-38s spy planes near the Aleutian Islands. It’s unclear how far those spy planes got before turning back.

Last night, the Russians sent out two long-range bombers again, and this time the Canadians joined in, sending fighter jets out with the Americans to intercept the Russian bombers about 700 miles southeast of Anchorage.

According to a U.S. official, there is “no other way to interpret this other than as strategic messaging.”

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  1. Rosie Eiler

    April 24, 2017 at 2:38 am

    I think we should send our planes on their tail every time they are seen off our coast. They are testing us. Seeing if we put our guard down and sounds like we did. Now what kind of message is that to send them?

  2. Barbara

    April 24, 2017 at 2:41 am

    No, this is normal. Their ships, too.

  3. Maria

    April 24, 2017 at 7:55 am

    Let them think they’re safe & see how much closer they’d get. Their fly bys may be just normal training but if they’d try getting closer & closer it’ll be time to scramble behind their tails or drop in on them from above – kind of a surprise tactical.

  4. Brenda Peoples

    April 24, 2017 at 10:22 am

    They need to becareful when coming into our air space, if they pull anything the USA will take them out. We are still stronger than they are. But I agree with Rosie, they do need to send a plane or 2 up each time they come into our area to show them we are watching and if they Pull ANYTHING they are toast. They are testing us to see how far they can get and then the next time it may not be a test. It would be a Trojan horse , hope our Military is on Alert and ready to fly if anything comes of this. These people need to be handled, they are toying with us and laughing each time they come into our airspace.

  5. William

    April 24, 2017 at 10:55 am

    We should blow these ass holes out of the sky and show them don’t fuck with us we’re not afraid

  6. Pam

    April 24, 2017 at 9:08 pm

    I bet if we helped them arrest Soros they would stop this and concentrate on what N Korea is doing

  7. Jim Hobson

    April 24, 2017 at 10:43 pm

    Why haven’t we taking out the Soros family? Soros is a socialist and has convinced his family but they should be along the socialist mentality even while they make billions of dollars on monetary transactions most of which are selling the dollar short.

  8. Scott

    April 25, 2017 at 12:00 am

    I think we should shoot them down, they will stop immediately!

    • shirley

      April 25, 2017 at 6:54 am

      that first shot would be the start of WWIII. I’m not quite ready for that yet. Kiss this earth good bye. Too many have nuclear weapons, Oh and doesn’t the Bible say we’d be destroyed this time by fire and brimstone.

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