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US F-22 Jets Intercept Russian Bombers for a Second Day in a Row, NORAD Says
Russian nuclear-capable bombers flew into the Air Defense Identification Zone, which is about 200 miles off of Alaska’s western coast, said NORAD.
“Two pairs of F-22 fighter jets, each with an E-3 intercepted Tu-95 bombers Su-35 fighter jets entering the Alaskan ADIZ May 2,” NORAD tweeted.
Those bombers were intercepted by two F-22s, exited the air space, and then re-entered the Air Defense Identification Zone along with two Su-35 fighter jets, according to the agency.