What the Russian Tu-95 bombers intercepted by US F-22 stealth jets on September 11 were up to – Business Insider

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Russian Tu-95 nuclear-capable bombers have approached US airspace near Alaska twice in the last month, and most recently on September 11. This happens often, but for a reason. These planes represent a key element of Russia’s nuclear strike plan …
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