U.S. spy planes intercepted by Russian fighter jets over the Black Sea

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Avia.pro reported that at least 3 US Air Force aircraft were recently intercepted by electronic warfare systems over the western regions of the Black Sea and Romania.

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The U.S. military’s alleged attempt to conduct another reconnaissance over the waters of the Black Sea and in Romanian airspace near the border with Ukraine has recently been thwarted by Russian electronic warfare systems.

The ADS-B Exchange service said that 3 US military aircraft were simultaneously subjected to powerful electronic warfare at.tacks, as evidenced by the disruption of the operation of aircraft systems and global positioning systems in this region. Obviously, the electronic suppression of American aircraft is concentrated in a narrow range and affects only a small area.

Experts say that when U.S. military aircraft appeared in the northeast of Romania and west of the Black Sea, they immediately broke the system. This can also be seen from satellite signal data, in particular, instead of the usual information, information is transmitted with error forms.

Earlier, in June, a US military Boeing P-8A Poseidon anti-submarine aircraft was spotted over the western part of the Black Sea.

The aircraft flew near the coasts of Bulgaria and Romania, including approaching Ukraine’s territorial waters. The move is notable in light of the recent arrival of a diesel-electric submarine in the Black Sea region.

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It is known that during the flight, the automatic transceiver of the aircraft is almost turned off, so it is impossible to establish the entire flight route. However, the flight appears to have taken place over the Black Sea near the territorial waters of Bulgaria and Romania.

Besides, according to EurAsian Times, at the end of May, the ports for submarines of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, Crimean peninsula were empty. This has sparked speculation that the Russian Navy’s submarine fleet has been deployed to take part in a special military operation in Ukraine.

The Black Sea Fleet has 6 Kilo-class submarines: B-261 Novorossiysk, B-237 Rostov-na-Donu, B-262 Stary Oskol, B-265 Krasnodar, B-268 Veliky Novgorod, and B-271 Kolpino. These are multi-task, electric and diesel Project 636 Kilo submarines. The maximum range of this ship is almost 13,000 km and can carry a crew of 52 people. The ship is equipped with stealth technology and can operate continuously for up to 45 days.

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