NORAD Tracks Russian Planes Flying Into Alaska-Area Air Defense Zone

Russian military aircraft flew into an area that’s monitored by U.S. military officials in Alaska at least three times in recent days, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) confirmed this week.
NORAD’s Alaska division detected, tracked, and identified Russian surveillance aircraft entering and operating within the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone, according to a Twitter statement from the military agency. It occurred on three separate occasions in the past week, said NORAD on Thursday.
“The Russian aircraft did not enter American or Canadian sovereign airspace,” NORAD officials said in a Twitter post.

On two separate occasions, over the past 2 days, the Alaskan NORAD Region detected, tracked and identified Russian surveillance aircraft entering and operating within the Alaskan ADIZ. The Russian aircraft did not enter American or Canadian sovereign airspace. #WeHaveTheWatch…
Source: The Epoch Times

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