Monday, April 11, 2022

NATO Jets Intercept Russian Jets Over Black Sea

Romania North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Jets scrambled, from Mihatl Koglniceanu Air Base, Four times in the last 20 days, to intercept Russian Fighters that launched from Crimea.

They were flying toward NATO Territory along the Black Sea Coast.

Each time, the Russian Jets turned away without Incident, but the Flights represent a growing Threat to the NATO Alliance.

The intent of the Russian Practice was Not immediately clear, to the NATO Air Policing Commanders and Combined Air Operations Centre in Torrejon, Spain.

But, it Underscored the importance of the Mission to Protect the Skies, over what Defense Officials say is the NATO Front Line in the Russian War with Ukraine.

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