Two Russian aircraft made an “unsafe and unprofessional” take on the US Air Force B-52 bomber aircraft on Friday over the blue currents of the Black Sea, as per a statement from the US Air Forces in Europe and African Public Affairs. The Russian pilots crossed the nose of the B-52 ranging within 100 feet a couple of times numerous and furthermore, it caused instability to the aircraft restricting its capacity to do a maneuver, according to a statement.
“Such Actions increase the potential for midair crashes, and is unnecessary, conflicting with great airmanship. International flight rules,” said Gen. Jeff Harrigian, US Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa leader. “While the Russian airplane was setting off in the airspace, they risked the safety of the trip of the airplane. We presume that they should operate within the international guidelines set to guarantee security and prevent accidents. he said.
The US aircraft B-52 flew more than 30 NATO nations on Friday “to indicate NATO solidarity. Improved availability and preparing training opportunities for upgrading interoperability for all the aircrews participating from the U.S. said from US European Command. The exhibition of American military capability came in the midst of the progressing tension with Russia and waiting for the questions concerning the Trump organization’s responsibility to the union after a recent decision to reduce the US troop levels in Europe.