Fighters of the U.S. air force escorted Russian Tu-95 in Alaska
The fifth generation fighter F-22 U.S. air force was "caught" in Alaska, the Russian strategic bombers Tu-95, reports defense command North America (NORAD).
The communication is accompanied by pictures where the F-22 captures a number of turboprop Tu-95
Russian and American strategic bombers make regular flights near the borders of the US and Russia, without entering the airspace of each other. In turn fighters of the two countries make the so-called intercepts of the bombers. Usually such flights take place without incident and are standard practice for military-air forces of the USA and Russia.
Recently, the U.S. air force has deployed to Eilson air force base in Alaska three strategic bomber B-52H "to practice the tasks in the Beaufort sea".