US B-52 Bombers tore through the South China Sea In a Show of Force Amid China Tensions


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Published on Oct 19, 2018SUBSCRIBED 229KUS B-52 Bombers tore through the South China Sea In a Show of Force Amid China Tensions Two US B-52 bombers flew near contested islands in the South China Sea Tuesday, according to a statement from Pacific Air Forces. The two B-52H Stratofortress bombers, which are based in Guam, “participated in a routine training mission in the vicinity of the South China Sea,” the statement said, adding that the flight was part of US Indo-Pacific Command’s “Continuous Bomber Presence operations” which have been ongoing since March 2004. The Pentagon would not confirm which islands the B-52s flew by, but recent tensions have focused on the Spratly Islands. Read more: https://cnn.it/2pWxdzOSHOW MORE

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