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NATO Jet plays “Chicken” with Russian Passenger Plane. Or did they?

Thursday, January 5, 2017 17:44
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Russian Aurora Airline Passenger Jet narrowly escaped deadly NATO JET playing “Chicken”.
dailymail.co.uk stated their source had the Passenger Jet perform an “emergency decent”.
Aurora Airlines denied the event saying “The flight was carried normally”.


Some of the faces you may receive Service from on Aurora Airlines.
Allegedly, the NATO Jet crossed into the Passenger Jet’s Air Corridor,
resulting in the Passenger Plane having to make an emergency maneuver
to avoid collision. (Interfax News Agency) The NATO Jet was radioed
numerous times, but failed to respond.  That is typical for a Military Jet. 
Moscow Times reported that the jet’s radar transporter was recorded
and that a security source said it belonged to a NATO aircraft.  NATO denied this.
This latest incident comes in the wake of a multitude of reports of NATO Jets
actively provoking Russian Fighter Jets with the same maneuver, while in
neutral International Air Space.  These Fighter Jocks seem to be “testing”
each others resolve. One mistake, and yet another international incident would happen.

NATO is not the only one to do this.  In 2016 the USS Donald Cook was “BUZZED”
by two Russian SU-24 Fighter Jets.  Military to Military is one thing, but please,
leave the Passenger Planes alone!

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