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Routine Surveillance: NORAD Monitors Russian Aircraft Near Alaska




In a recent demonstration of the ongoing vigilance required in modern air defense, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has reported tracking four Russian military aircraft within the Alaska Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) this Tuesday. This activity, while occurring regularly, underscores the strategic importance of monitoring international airspace proximal to national borders.


The aircraft, which remained in international airspace without breaching American or Canadian sovereignty, were part of what Russia describes as a long-range training flight involving strategic missile carriers, including two Tu-160 bombers, over the Arctic Ocean and the Laptev Sea. Such operations are stated to adhere strictly to international airspace regulations, emphasizing the routine nature of these flights over strategic global areas like the Arctic, North Atlantic, and Pacific Ocean.


NORAD's capability to track such movements is a testament to a sophisticated defense network comprising satellites, ground-based and airborne radars, and fighter aircraft, all ready to deploy a variety of defensive measures to safeguard North American airspace.

This incident, reflective of the intricate ballet of international military operations and surveillance, highlights the continuous need for readiness in the face of routine, yet strategically significant, global military maneuvers.

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Unknown member
Feb 25

About the stolen children of Ukraine:


Important to collect dna parents of course And when someone gains access, luck or opportunity to access children Russian children storage, camps, make them swab inside mouth, bring samples back to the west and despite fake names and ids children will recover their id, at least the parents will know where their children are Tests are so easy to do, code, a and then when analyzed in lad dna can determine connective parents siblings or sons and daughters

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Unknown member
Feb 12
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Unknown member
Feb 08

Pooty is playing Joe BiDung like Xi did,

nobody plays The Don without paying a high price.

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Unknown member
Feb 18
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The aircraft did not violate North American air space. Are you suggesting we should fire on them and start a war? By that logic the Chinese should fire at Nato ships transiting the South China sea?

Please explain your logic.

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Unknown member
Feb 07

So, NORAD is on the ball. Seems like a Chinese spy balloon (OBVIOUSLY!) wandering the skies over sensitive military installations would attract their attention, huh? You would think a normal response to this obvious breach of American sovereignty would be to shoot it down over a sparsely inhabited area, right? Well, China Joe says uh, uh. He has a debt to repay and an ass to cover. Xi has enough dirt on China Joe to sink the USS Eisenhower, or build a new island in the South China Sea. No one will ever know the real story until it's deathbed time, forty or so years down the road. November can't come soon enough! Trump, in 2025 will end the madness.

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Unknown member
Apr 11
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This is a joke right?

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Unknown member
Feb 07

The pictured Tu-52 is probably one of the planes that Ukraine gave russia, along with its nukes, in exchange for russia's promise not to attack Ukraine. russia now uses those planes to launch missiles at Ukraine. We know how much faith to put in any deals with russia. Zero.

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Feb 07
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Would be nice if they could steal a couple back.

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