Russian Air Forces Still Actively Training to Sink U.S. Aircraft Carriers

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A Russian Tupolev Tu-160 supersonic strategic bomber and Tupolev Tu-22M3 Backfire strategic bombers fly above the Kremlin / Getty Images

 

Moscow preparing for major military confrontation

KIEV, Ukraine—A video surfaced on Jan. 27 showing a fatal crash of a Russian Air Force bomber that occurred five days earlier at a military aerodrome in the Murmansk region on Russia’s far northern Kola Peninsula. The aircraft, a Tupolev Tu-22M3 Backfire that carried the unit designation of “35 Red” and tail number RF-94159, was reportedly on a training mission. All but one of the four-man crew died in the resulting crash with the fourth in the hospital being treated for serious injuries. Continue reading

Russia carried out practice nuclear strike against Sweden

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A Russian Tupolev Tu-22M3 like the one thought to have been used. Photo: Maz071086/Wikicommons