I'm just reading on the (Dutch) news that 2 russian bombers were almost intercepted because they were flying trough european airspace without making
radio contact. 2 Dutch F-16 fighterjets were on route to them but didn't intercept because they weren't flying trough "our" airspace. It is unknown if
English or Danish fighterjets did intercept them. Probably not or else it would be all over the news... or not. It happens often that russian jets fly
trough european airspace without making radiocontact. Probably just to pss other airforces off .
I just had to report this because it's Russia and Russia in backing Syria and bla bla bla
Oh almost forgot to put in the source for the proof or it didn't happen sheeps.
Source is in Dutch so google translate is your best friend
This used to happen on a routine basis. It was so common nobody bothered to report on it. The Russian crews try to intercept radio chatter, radar
signals etc, from the countries or ships they fly near. It's an old game.
Yeah this happens allot lately. I've grown used to it already but i don't understand why they would send in 2 bomberjets. What happend to spy planes
Oh well guess we'll be seeing allot of fightherjets in the air soon when WW3 breaks loose.
I like this quote from Einstein " I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but World War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.
ATS members ya'll heard it! lets hoard some sticks and stones so we can start a new world after WW3
The media are idiots. When they overflew Guam they claimed they were armed with nuclear weapons.
The only way I've ever heard of that you could be certain they were armed is if they're carrying external stores. They may have developed something
similar to a millimeter wave radar that lets them "see" the bomb bay, but I don't see where they could put something like that on a fighter.
They're already so cramped that some of the wiring on an F-16 is so small it takes a magnifying glass just to see it.
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