NATO is practicing a nuclear strike on Kaliningrad

13.06.2024/11/00 XNUMX:XNUMX    6

On Wednesday, June 12, the strategic bomber B-52H Stratofortress of the US Air Force, together with Swedish fighters and the P-3 Orion anti-submarine aircraft of the German Navy, went to the launch line of nuclear missiles, the target of which is Kaliningrad, Russia. This is reported by the Telegram channel "Realna Viyna".

The presenters of the channel published data from the flightradar24 resource, according to which the American bomber was spotted in the sky over the Baltic Sea near the coast of Sweden.

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On the screenshots, you can see that the plane was in the sky for more than two hours.

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"Right now, an American bomber is rehearsing the approach to the launch sites of nuclear missiles in Kaliningrad," the post says.

Meanwhile, the place of departure of the bomber is not specified. Although earlier, the same channel reported a similar departure of an American plane towards Kaliningrad. So, on June 8, a B-52H bomber of the US Air Force took off from the Fairford Air Force Base in Great Britain and carried out a maneuver to practice a nuclear strike on the territory of the Russian Federation.

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These sorties are probably connected with the largest military exercises of NATO forces in the Baltic Sea - BALTOPS 24, which are held from June 7 to 20. They involved 9 soldiers, 50 warships and 80 aircraft.