Three US reconnaissance planes spent eight hours along the Crimean coast with the Russian border

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Three US reconnaissance planes spent eight hours along the Crimean coast with the Russian border

2019-01-31 10:25:46 103 ℃
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Three US reconnaissance planes stayed along the Crimean coast with Russia for 8 hours

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Photo Source: Russian Newspaper

[Global Network Reporting Internship Reporter Ren Jie], Russian PlaneRadar website said on Twitter 30 that three US warplanes carried out eight hours of reconnaissance activities that day near the Crimean coast. Move.

Russian News quoted PlaneRadar website as saying that the US Air Force RC-135V reconnaissance aircraft carried out reconnaissance activities along the Black Sea coast on the 30th. The reconnaissance aircraft started from NATO's military base in Suda Bay, Crete, Greece, and then headed to the Russian Crimean Peninsula. It was refueled by a Boeing KC-135R tanker from the Royal Air Force Base at Mildenhall, England.

It is reported that an EP-3E electronic reconnaissance aircraft of the United States Navy also took off from the military base in the Gulf of Suda to the Crimean Peninsula. Two hours later, another U.S. Navy Boeing P-8A Poseidon anti-submarine patrol aircraft took off from NATO's Sigonera Naval Aviation Base in Sicily.

Finally, the three American warplanes carried out eight-hour reconnaissance activities near the Crimean coast, crossing the southern border of the Russian Federation many times.

Prior to this, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported that an American P-8A "Poseidon" anti-submarine patrol aircraft appeared in the Baltic Sea on the 28th and was intercepted urgently by Russian Soviet-27 fighters.

Responsible Editor: Zhang Qi