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In Video: Russian Jets Intercepted US Air Force Straetgic Bombers Over Sea of Okhotsk

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In Video: Russian Jets Intercepted US Air Force Straetgic Bombers Over Sea of Okhotsk

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On June 19, Russian fighter jets intercepted B-52H strategic bombers of the US Air Force over the Sea of Okhotsk, near Russian airspace. The Russian Aerospace Forces employed Su-30, Su-35 and MiG-31 fighter jets for the operation.

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Tommy Jensen

We dont allow ANYONE to intercept an American Strategic Bomber in free International waterways of free navigation.
If we wanna bomb we bomb….for freedom!

verner

yep and it’s well remembered the christmas bombing of hanoi in 1972 – that was the pinnacle of the yankee-twats supreme idiocy.

Jens Holm

No it wasnt. You has forgotten they stopped Westmoreland.

Zionism = EVIL

These Americunt arseholes need to be shot down. The good news is that Iran is about to test a hypersonic missile too.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The commander of the Iranian Navy,
Admiral Hussain Khanzadi, announced that the Islamic Republic is close
to obtaining hypersonic missiles, and that the production of these
weapons is on the agenda.

Khanzadi said: “The engines of the naval forces of the army missiles
will undergo inevitable changes and should withstand more heat for a
long time.”

paolinks

Putin just needs to follow with his promise to “arm your ( US ) enemies”. He said it a couple of years ago. He needs to put his money where his mouth is.

Zionism = EVIL

It is in Russia’s interest to have a stable, large, powerful friend like Iran, that protects its vulnerable southern flank from Americunts, Zionists and Wahabbi headchoppers. I believe Russia will follow through with arming Iran as it understands the geo-strategic implications for its own security, so does China now.

Jens Holm

Haha. Even the Bolshevics had no succes with that.

If Russia gave Iran a nuke, so they didnt have to make them themselves, they probatly would detonate it inTeheran Airport.

Jens Holm

AND as usual its expected the rest of the world are very afraid sitting ducks.

Iraniens are telling fairytales in Russian style: Once upon a time, there might come…some day – and by a Russian car.

Anthony Papagallo

Brave pilots. In a time of tension or war theirs would be a suicide mission.

jm74

Not brave but stupid. The pilots have a choice; they can resign.

Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

You can resign yes, but who is going to pay for the milk and car fuel then, the heat, the electricity and water, child care, insurances etc.

Its not “just resign”, only a fool thinks its that simple for serving personel.

jm74

I did it and had no trouble finding employment.

Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

You never had to make that choice have you?

15 years ago when i was a conscript, after i payed my bills, i had 300dkr/45usd per week for food, cloth, transport, entertainment etc.
Thats 6.5usd per day in a country where a liter/quarter of a us gallon of milk cost 1.5usd, i went hungry to bed more than once a week.
I could not afford visiting my family, even though most of them lived within 30km.
I simply could not afford to quit the military.
So, before you start your silly ignorant morality speech, know the sad and hard facts.
Some people on this planet just dont have the luxury of choosing, and have to do things they aint proud of, just to get some, often not enough, food in their stomach.

Sometimes you have to do things you dont like to feed your family and pay your bills, until you can find a better way.

jm74

You are wrong Brian, I did make that choice and my career has not declined. Our conscription finished in 1973/4, and I am not an American.
Your comment just proves how gutless and conceited you yanks are; obviously you are not prepared to sacrifice right from wrong, no wonder the US is a sewer pit.

Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

You are wrong jm74, im Danish, that should be a clue since i wrote currency in DKR, (danish kroner) and in liters, thats metric, the US is still using the old imperial system.

You are lucky that you had a choice, in many countries, including Denmark, conscription is forced by law and not a option.

jm74

Nice place is Denmark, been there a few times. We stopped conscription back in the 1970s and there is no intentions to have it reintroduced. When we started to attack Syria I resigned from the Air Force because I didn’t agree with our governments’ actions and I could not see the morality in bombing civilians. In our system we can resign our commission after having served a certain time which quite a few of our pilots do. We contract out our services and those that flew transport usually join a commercial airline. please forgive the assumption that you are a yank.

Jens Holm

Its very close to an option. By the law all are forced, but a very limited number of them are needed. So there is a lottery.

But today 99% is gilled by forced asking to do the duty and after that often get an education, they can use outside the forces.

So 1% of the minority, which is a low % of the available ones are forced.

But things rapisly can be changed if the world change. But You dont get advanced soldiers just giving them a gun and a nice hat. Building takes years.

Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

Its ok, no hard feelings.

May i ask wich nationality you are?
And may i ask how did the other servicepersonel view your resignation?

I quit the Army 13 years ago because i got PTSD after a tour in Iraq, and in no way will i ever get back in the shirt.
I will, to the end of days, defend my family and those i love anyway i can, but i will never ever serve a political party or government again.

So i guess we share viewpoints in some areas.

Jens Holm

Yeerrh – All330 mio. Yanks are wanky doodle dandy.

US is no sewer pit. Many other places might be but odten not fpr all living there as well.

Jens Holm

Thats how it is in my jobs and the ones I had before that. I signed a contract, where I knew I could and would be ordered to things, I didnt agree in.

Jens Holm

Yes, they do their priorities. They can be ordred to do so. They can have made a navigation mistake as well.

Jens Holm

But they did not. hy should they. They have decided that job many yeaqrs ago and know it mainly is for nukes as last reserve or something.

Jens Holm

Pilots dont decide that. And what about the rest of the crew. A B52 is not a Russian car.

cechas vodobenikov

amerikans always cower when faced with a determined individual—a nation of cowards…self doubting, they only bomb defenseless peoples—they will never challenge North Korea—these rotting decayed functional illiterates lose all wars—they are fully aware of the consequences of confronting a people that reject their bribes and barbarism…perhaps they can pay the Russia airforce to teach them to navigate

Jens Holm

I remember a sub in swedish territorial waters:)

North Korea os a part of Russia, so dont blame them. They are Your own children.

SnowCatzor

I really do tire of this ‘we intercept them, then they intercept us’ routine. Is anything actually accomplished by such training missions? Probing weaknesses sure, but you’re also exposing the enemy’s weaknesses to them; thus allowing them to fix them.

It all seems so pointless.

Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

It has focus because for the MSM they consider it “wartime preparation” and “OMG ITS COMMING ITS COMMING”.

Intercepts have been going on since the day that two countries had aviation, there is nothing special about it.

Being intercepted could be part of the mission objectives: Aircraft types, reactions type, frequencies, SIGINT, ELINT and everything connected to a intercept is activated and can be “spied” upon when being intercepted.
So being intercepted could be the missions sole purpose, even though it looks like, to an uninformed/untrained eye, that it was mission failed, it could actually mean “Mission accomplished”.

The intercepting side then have to adjust and fool the other side to believe that they are using everything they have and that they, in a warscenario, would react that “slow” and use the applied procedures.

Its all about the cat and mouse, where each side agrees that this week you are the cat and we the mouse and vice versa.

Jens Holm

Russians do exact same things at the Baltic Sea. They even has deployed missiles i Kaliningrad, so we now has ordered countermissiles.

So You are right. Does it make sense – No.

nyomarek

Chronicles of Flying Junk.

Jens Holm

I idnt know You are junk. I have heard camales cant fly even they want to.

Lone Ranger

Good job Comrades.
Americants are lucky that Russia shows them the way home, else they would end up at Santas workshop along with Lee Majors…

Jens Holm

Well, Russians didnt invent Santa. Maybee the red color in Your own flag is a stolen patent from Coca Cola.

Lone Ranger

If you swap Russia with the U.S. your comment magically becomes legit ;)

Jens Holm

According this video Your Bolsjevics also can have copied The Salvation Army:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vj_fD9zVVg

Lone Ranger

According to Disney News…:)

Lone Ranger

Unfortunatelly the U.S. copied the worst elements of nazism and socialism, look where they are at now…a crumbling empire.

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