Russian strategic bombers patrol in the Aleutian Islands, U.S. fighter planes to track and monitor
Data Figure: Russian Air Force Figure-95MS strategic bombers
BEIJING, Jan. 27, according to Itar-Tass reported that Russian Defense Ministry spokesman said Vladimir Derek 26, Russian Air Force long-range aviation map-95MS strategic bombers successfully completed in the waters of the Aleutian Islands over the patrol and conduct air refueling. In the course of patrol, the U.S. fighter planes were on the Russian side tracked and monitored.
Derek said: “January 24 to 25, two map-95MS strategic bombers were turbo-prop from the Amur Novoukrainka Air Force bases, the successful completion of the planned air patrol mission.”
According to him, flying in the (Russia-US) conducted over neutral waters, sustained a total of 17.5 hours.
Derek further said: “Figure-95MS crew trained in the absence of topographical orientation under the conditions of flight skills, and through the Il-78 aerial refueling tanker.”
He also pointed out that “in some patrol flight phase, the U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor Air Force fighter aircraft for the Russian long-range tracking and surveillance.”
also reported that, due to across the East/West 180 °, the Aleutian Islands to the United States, “technology” on the most western and most eastern point, most of the islands belong to the United States, Alaska, most western belongs to Russia.