Two Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber jets crash in mid-air over Sea of Japan

Two Russian fighter-bomber jets have crashed mid-air over the Sea of Japan during a training exercise. The Sukhoi Su-34s accidentally collided while flying over the Strait of Tartary in Russia's Far East, sending one of them into the water below. The two pilots of one of crashed jet ejected and have since been found in the icy … Continue reading Two Russian Su-34 fighter-bomber jets crash in mid-air over Sea of Japan

Japan scrambles jets to head off six Russian bombers

Six Russian aircraft seen close to Japanese airspace forced fighter jets to be scrambled today, according to reports in Tokyo. Japanese defence forces first reacted after two Tu-95 Bear strategic bombers were seen close to the Pacific Ocean. Soon afterwards two Russian Ilyushin Il-38 fighter jets were sent out to Hokkaido, which is Japan's most northern island, … Continue reading Japan scrambles jets to head off six Russian bombers

Air-Raid Sirens in San Diego and Tacoma; Fighter Jets Seen Scrambling, Reports of “Explosion Sounds”

 Numerous reports began filtering into SuperStation95 about two hours ago that air raid sirens were blaring in San Diego, CA, with one reader sending us cellphone video of the sirens sounding! The San Diego information says that “numerous” fighter jets were scrambled into the air “on full after-burner.” The brief cell phone video appears below. … Continue reading Air-Raid Sirens in San Diego and Tacoma; Fighter Jets Seen Scrambling, Reports of “Explosion Sounds”

Officials: US jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers off California, Alaska coasts on July 4

While the United States celebrated Independence Day, two pairs of Russian bombers flew off the coast of California and Alaska -- forcing the Air Force to scramble fighter jets to intercept both flights, two senior defense officials tell Fox News. The first incident occurred at 10:30 a.m. ET on July 4 off the coast of Alaska, … Continue reading Officials: US jets scramble to intercept Russian bombers off California, Alaska coasts on July 4

A Test of Wills: Japanese Fighter Pilots Confront Chinese

In a Test of Wills, Japanese Fighter Pilots Confront Chinese- thenewyorktimes.com NAHA, Japan — Once a sleepy, sun-soaked backwater, this air base on the southern island of Okinawa has become the forefront of a dangerous test of wills between two of Asia’s largest powers, Japan and China. At least once every day, Japanese F-15 fighter jets … Continue reading A Test of Wills: Japanese Fighter Pilots Confront Chinese

‘For you – the enemies of Islam’: Jordanian jets strike Isis targets with missiles bearing message to militants

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/jordanian-jets-strike-isis-targe Dozens of Jordanian fighter jets have launched bombing raids on Isis targets, hitting what are believed to have been training centres and weapons caches, two days after the militants released footage showing the burning alive of a downed Jordanian pilots. Video footage released by the Jordanian military showed some of the strikes, including one … Continue reading ‘For you – the enemies of Islam’: Jordanian jets strike Isis targets with missiles bearing message to militants

RAF fighter jets intercept Russian military planes over the English Channel

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/raf-fighter-jets-intercept-russian-506805 RAF fighter jets have intercepted a number of Russian military planes flying close to UK airspace. The Foreign Office said the Russian planes "caused disruption to civil aviation" yesterday, and RAF Typhoons were scrambled to escort them "throughout the time they were in the UK area of interest" - reported to be the English Channel. The … Continue reading RAF fighter jets intercept Russian military planes over the English Channel

I have a Bomb on one of your planes but I forgot which one

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2924914/Bomb-threats-reported-two-flights-Hartsfield-Jackson-Airport-Atlanta.html The FBI have found no bombs on the two Atlanta-bound planes that were guided into airports by fighter jets after threats were posted on Twitter. The Twitter user with no followers, who goes by the name KingZortic, sent a slew of warnings to Delta Airlines and Southwest Airlines, claiming to have planted explosives on flights … Continue reading I have a Bomb on one of your planes but I forgot which one