Game of Aerial Chicken: Why Does Russia Keep Sending Bombers Near Alaska?

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Avi­a­tion buffs who want to get a good view of Russ­ian air­craft, notably the Tu-95 “Bear” four-engine bomber, don’t need to head to the Moscow Air Show.
Instead, they could head to the waters off the coast of Alas­ka, where the Russ­ian Cold War-era bomber have been mak­ing almost rou­tine flights.
Why Is Rus­sia Doing This? 
The Unit­ed States Air Force said that it has inter­cept­ed a record num­ber of Russ­ian air­craft and it is stretch­ing some units thin.
“We have cer­tain­ly seen an increase in Russ­ian activ­i­ty. We inter­cept­ed over 60 air­craft last year. … We mon­i­tor more than that,” …

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