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Chinese jets intercept US spy plane over South China Sea

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Two Chinese fighters have carried out an "unsafe" intercept of a US military aircraft over the South China Sea, the Pentagon says. The incident happened in international airspace on 17 May as the US maritime reconnaissance aircraft carried out a routine patrol in the area, it added. (www.bbc.com) Mehr...

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shenghaohan
Shenghao Han 2
Any interception is "Unsafe" by US military standards.
ZX1100F1
David Aaron 2
Funny that you never hear of Chinese jets intercepting U.S fighter jets, it's always unarmed patrol types.
30west
30west 1
The article doesn't mention U.S. fighter jets, but maritime reconnaissance aircraft. Probably a P-8 or P-3.
ah6oy
Jim DeTour 1
By saying unsafe I'd figure they approached with targeting radar locked on playing like the Russians would with P3's.
AndrewKrill
AndrewKrill 0
The real question should be where the fighters came from.

Is China now militarizing there man made islands?
chudddds
chudddds 1
The countries in that region have been at each other over those islands for many decades. There is a bunch of oil and natural gas out there, that is what this is all about.
amiablebird
Ed Merriam 0
and fish, I might add--a good tenth of the planet's stocks are thereabouts

the solution, of course, is for the US/Vietnam to build islands of its own! we got more ships than the PRC
KineticRider
Randy Marco -4
Factually and truthfully whether we want to admit it or not, it comes down to the U.S. Military wants to do whatever they want... but don't even think about objecting or reacting if you're another country. American military arrogance at its finest... and for you youngsters the Military wanted to do a first attack on the Soviets during the Cuba missile crisis starting the end of the world, of course we would have all survived because we were instructed to "Duck and Cover". Thankfully we had a SANE President that said "NO" to the military.

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