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In April, when two Russian fighter jets flew within 30 feet of the destroyer USS Donald Cook, Secretary of State John Kerry warned that "under the rules of engagement, that could have been a shoot-down, so people need to understand that this is serious ...
In April, when two Russian fighter jets flew within 30 feet of the destroyer USS Donald Cook, Secretary of State John Kerry warned that "under the rules of engagement, that could have been a shoot-down, so people need to understand that this is serious ...

WASHINGTON - A Russian fighter jet flew within 10 feet of a U.S. Navy surveillance aircraft, in what American officials called an unsafe intercept over the Black Sea, the Pentagon said Wednesday.
Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov told Interfax that the U.S. P-8 was operating without a transponder signal, causing the Russians to launch their Su-27s from Belbek, an air base in Crimea.
This file photo taken on April 12, 2016 shows a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft flying over the USS Donald Cook, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, operating in the Baltic Sea.
Gen. Igor Konashenkov said in a statement Wednesday that the Poseidon aircraft did not have its transponders turned on and that it approached Russia's southern border twice.

A Russian fighter aircraft made an "unsafe close-range intercept" with a navy jet Wednesday over the Black Sea. A Pentagon spokesman, Navy Capt.
This summer, Cook, who died in 2009 at age 89, was among 326 cadets inducted into the national Reserve Officers' Training Corps Hall of Fame, along with other notable cadets such as former Secretary of State Gen. Colin Powell, who previously served as ...
"Some of them are still in the grieving stage," said Green Party activist Donald Cook, a retired parole officer in Houston.
A Russian Sukhoi Su-24 fighter jet was pictured making a low-altitude pass by the USS Donald Cook, an Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer, in the Baltic Sea on 12 April, 2016.
Second, the piece will discuss a few of the current political dynamics as they relate to naval and political relationships in the Baltic Sea in particular and the German Navy in general. Third, this essay addresses some of the fundamental naval ...
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg who also gave a press conference following the Wednesday's meeting highlighted that the build-up was a "direct" response to "Russian actions in Ukraine.
He had rejected calls from his Consul General in Havana to station an American warship with marines at Key West, noting that he "did not want now anything of that kind made a convenient excuse for trouble with Spain.
Washington (CNN) Diplomatic relations between the U.S. and Russia began to unravel after Moscow said Saturday it had expelled two American diplomats and the U.S.
While NATO Secretary General said the alliance had increased patrols in the region, allies were "looking into what more we can do" in the Black Sea last month.
In this case, it is a certain degree of intimidation," retired army Gen. Wesley Clark told CNN. Clark, who was NATO's supreme allied commander until 2000, added that it "shows that they (the ... A few weeks earlier, the Russian Neustrashimyy-class ...
Twice in April, Russian Su-24 Fencer attack aircraft flew extremely low and close by the destroyer Donald Cook in the international waters of the Baltic Sea, actions which the U.S.

The first incident that month lasted over two days, with two Russian SU-25 fighter jets buzzing the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Donald Cook more than 30 times. Photo stills and video of the encounters released by U.S. European Command showed how low the ...
Although the troops will be stationed near Russia's border, NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance isn't trying to start a new Cold War.
Russia imposes a growing threat to its neighbors, including some members of NATO, and makes no apologies for its aggression. Only last month, "two Russian fighter jets flew within 30 feet of the USS Donald Cook" in an act of arrogant provocation.
Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that NATO was discussing an opportunity to increase activity in the Black Sea.
... coming within 50ft and performing erratic manoeuvres. Western air forces keep to these procedures, the videos I've seen, certainly of the recent Russian intercepts and 'flyby' of the USS Donald Cook violate these. ... When China sent its Dongdiao ...
It follows routine breaches of Nordic countries' airspace by Russia, such as in April when they buzzed the USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea. However Russia says that any presence of NATO troops close to its borders is a threat to its security ...
At the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Spring Session in Tirana, Albania, it's safe to say that the threat of Russia weighs heavier on everyone's minds in contrast to ISIS, who is reportedly already "losing ground" in both Iraq and Syria.
Washington's concerns over "a resurgent Russia and a very, very aggressive China," as put recently by a top air force general, indicate that the US is losing more ground in areas where Beijing and Moscow exert an influence, an analyst says. ... The ...
Philip Breedlove handed the reins to his successor, Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti, US ... In his own remarks at the ceremony, General Scaparrotti placed "a resurgent Russia, striving to project itself as a world power," at the top of his list of threats ...
The Wall Street Journal reported last week that NATO plans to dispatch additional troops to Poland and the Baltic states in response to aggressive moves by Russia.
The Marine general spoke to FP before a ceremony Tuesday in the German city of Stuttgart, where army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti took over as the new commander of U.S.
army General Curtis Scaparrotti, commander of US forces in South Korea, will take over from Air Force General Philip Breedlove, assuming a post that traditionally also makes him the supreme allied commander of NATO's European forces.
Participants discussed Russia's more provocative actions, Work added, including its buzzing of the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea, flying without transponders, buzzing of signal intelligence aircraft and others.
The Marine general spoke to FP before a ceremony Tuesday in the German city of Stuttgart, where army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti took over as the new commander of U.S.
US Navy/Amanda Macias/Business InsiderTwo Russian Sukhoi Su-24 attack aircraft fly over the USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) Apr. 12, 2016.
Carter's indication that NATO might be willing to commit more resources to Eastern Europe comes as he visits Germany to oversee the changeover of European Command's top general. U.S. Army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti is set to replace Air Force Gen. Philip ...
The Russians play by different rules, as was evidenced on April 11 and 12, when the Russian Air Force tried to intimidate the USS Donald Cook, a destroyer on a training mission in the Baltic Sea with Polish NATO partners. .... Small wonder that General ...
On April 11, Russian jet fighter planes buzzed the USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea as it engaged in provocative military exercises near the Russian naval based in Kaliningrad.
The previous incidents were the repeated buzzing at close range of the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Donald Cook and another barrel roll of a U.S.
Russian aircraft repeatedly buzzed the USS Donald Cook this week, including an incident Tuesday in which a Russian Su-24 flew 30 feet (nine meters) above the ship in a "simulated attack profile", the USA military's European Command said.
The historic deployment of the Air Force's F-22 fighter jets to Europe is more about reassuring allies that the United States is committed to peace and stability on the Continent than it is about deterring Russia, Lt.
Gen. Joseph Dunford, said he has contacted his Russian counterpart Gen. Valery Gerasimov, the chief of the General Staff of the armed forces of Russia three times to warn against possible provocations. Dunford and Gerasimov had both agreed not to go ...
One morning EARLIER tHIS month an American guided missile destroyer, the USS Donald Cook, set sail from Poland on a NATO exercise.
Video from mid-April shows Russian aircraft performing close overflights of the USS Donald Cook (DDG-75), an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer operating in the Baltic Sea.
Recently the USS Donald Cook (DDG-75) was twice buzzed by Russian Sukhoi Su-24 Fencers during an exercise in the Baltic Sea.
So Russia stages provocations of its own - most blatantly on April 13 when the US destroyer Donald Cook, while on a routine patrol in international waters in the Baltic, was buzzed by a Russian jet that flew within 30 feet of it.
Messaging. The grumbling in Washington continues over the recent dramatic Russian flybys of the USS Donald Cook in the Baltic Sea, where Russian fighter jets harassed the ship over two days, coming within 30 ft.
Russian aircraft whooshed past the USS Donald Cook last week, including a Russian Su-24 jet that flew 30 feet (nine meters) above the ship in what the Pentagon called a "simulated attack profile.
Cantu, a 51st Security Forces Squadron member from Del Rio, Texas, was quizzed by the general on his mission as a sentry for the Korea Air Operations Center, and Cantu recited for him his post briefing.
First, two Russian Su-24 bombers flew close to the destroyer U.S.S. Donald Cook, and later a Su-27 jet intercepted an American RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft.
A Russian SU-27 fighter veered within 50 feet of a U.S. reconnaissance jet over the Baltic late last week, days after other Russian attack planes and a helicopter made low passes over the guided missile destroyer USS Donald Cook, the Pentagon said.
First, two Russian Su-24 bombers flew close to the destroyer U.S.S. Donald Cook, and later a Su-27 jet intercepted an American RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft.
Did you see the video of the Russian fighter jets buzzing the USS Donald Cook last week? The U.S. Navy destroyer, operating 70 miles off the Baltic coast of the Russian enclave ... Gen. Igor Konashenkov said Thursday the Su-24 fighter jet pilots saw ...


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