A senior-level United States official told Fox News about a unique incident in which two Russian bombers infiltrated U.S. air space in Alaska.
According to Fox News, F-22s escorted Russian bombers in flight for about 12 minutes and after that Tu-95 made an U-turn and flew back.
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Russian military planes routinely fly in global air space off the U.S coastal borders, as well as other countries' boundaries, according to Wilsbach.
On that date, two Russian bombers flew as close as 40 miles from the Californian coast.
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Like yesterday's provocation, the bombers launched from airbases in eastern Russian Federation, flying over the Pacific Ocean into the Alaskan Air Defense Zone.
This comes as Russian Federation says they can disable the entire U.S. Navy in one fell swoop using powerful electronic signal jamming.
Monday's incident marked the first time in nearly two years since Russian bombers last came so close to the American coast.
That episode involved Russian long-range bombers and included cockpit-to-cockpit communication in which the Russian pilots relayed a message to the Americans: "Good morning, American pilots".
Its voyages are the latest in an alarming string of incidents involving the Russian military.