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06 November 2018, 03:57 | Erica Roy
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A Russian Su-27 fighter jet intercepted a U.S.
The U.S. Navy, in a statement, called the interaction as "determined to be unsafe", saying the Russian SU-27 conducted "a high speed pass directly in front of the mission aircraft, putting at risk the pilots and crew".
The Su-27 then "accompanied it, preventing violations of the border of the airspace of the Russian Federation in compliance with all necessary security measures", the statement added. The intercepting SU-27 made an additional pass, closing with the EP-3 and applying its afterburner while conducting a banking turn away.
United States reconnaissance planes are often taking a peek over Russian borders, unsurprisingly triggering the country's air force that makes sure the border is not crossed.
'The crew of the EP-3 reported turbulence following the first interaction, and vibrations from the second'.
The video shows the Russian jet blasting past the EP-3 with its afterburner activated and appears to come within a few hundred feet of it.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has denied US Navy claims that its Su-27 jet intercepted a US EP-3 Aries spy plane in an unsafe manner.
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