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Four B-1B heavy bombers and hundreds of servicemen were sent to Guam to carry out “deterrence missions” with eyes on Beijing, following days of provocative maneuvers near contested territory in the South China Sea.
All five nuclear-capable B-52 strategic bombers departed their forward base on the Pacific island of Guam just days after taking part in an ‘elephant walk’ show of force. The US Air Force says it wants to be more unpredictable.
A show of force by the US on its Pacific island of Guam this week was a message to ‘China, North Korea and maybe Russia,’ a sharp Fox News reporter covering Pentagon news noted. Too bad his own channel doesn’t agree.
The US Air Force is sending six B-52 Stratofortress long-range bombers to Diego Garcia, a secretive military outpost in the Indian Ocean, as tension soars in the wake of a US assassination strike on a top Iranian general.
An airman at a US Air Force base overseeing nuclear-tipped missiles and bombers was reportedly caught red-handed smoking a joint in a missile alert facility, prompting an investigation.
Russian airmen have filmed a swarm of Belgian, Danish, Polish and Swedish fighter jets flanking a Tu-160 Blackjack bomber and its escort while on routine patrol over the Baltic Sea.
US National Security Advisor John Bolton has accused Beijing of “coercive behavior” in the South China Sea – after the Pentagon boosted its own military drills, passages of warships, and bomber flybys in the region.
A search and rescue operation is underway for a US Navy sailor who fell overboard from the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln in the Arabian Sea. A Spanish and Pakistani ship are assisting the search.
Sailing through the Strait of Hormuz, an Emirates-based oil tanker has vanished (from the radar). With the strait a flashpoint for US-Iran tensions, is Tehran to blame?