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U.S. Air Force, Canadian fighter jets escort Russian bombers


Jan 27, 2019 9:22 AM 3+ week ago

Military authorities say U.S. Air Force and Canadian fighter jets were scrambled to escort two Russian bombers that were traveling in the Arctic region near the North American coastline.Read more.

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