Russian Warplanes Approach U.S. Navy Carrier

Vladimir Putin is continuing to push his limits against the United States of America, a country which has now formally admitted that Russia has an army just as powerful as their own. Two Russian “TU-142 Bear” warplanes came five hundred feet above the sea level which is vastly close. The USS Ronald Regan, the ship which these Russian fighter jets were watching was located in the Sea of Japan.

Vladimir Putin

The Pentagon classified this issue as safe but there’s no word as to what these Russian Warplanes could’ve been scanning, filming or more. The Pentagon spokesman, Jeff David noted that there was nothing to indicate that these fighter jets were posing a threat. When a Russian warplane comes of a nautical mile at five hundred feet above the sea level then they should indeed be taken as hostile.

The United States of America aren’t nearly what they used to be in terms of military. Russia has now been able to reach the equivalent of what the U.S. Army is and China is quickly filling the gap as well. This means that the world power could be challenged in the upcoming years. Though many analysts believe that the United States of America have the more accumulated Nuclear Bombs as they’ve had access to the technology for a longer period of time.

Luckily nothing came out of this Russian Warplane sighting. Any attack from these warplanes would’ve been considered as an act of war which in return could’ve caused for World War III. Hopefully this potential war never ceases to exist.

D-Day Doll Returns to the Sky!

During World War II there was a war plane called the “C-53 Skytrooper”, throughout the years it’s been able to gain the nickname D-Day Doll. After a year of this old classic plane being out of commission it has finally returned to the skies for test flights. The plane was able to be seen above the Riverside Municipal Airport which is just outside of Riverside County, California.

C-53 Skytrooper”

This particularly plane has had more history than most. The body itself saw three airdrops during D-Day and countless other missions before the war’s most notable battle. It’s been in countless WWII Remake Movies and now as it embarks on almost being seventy years old it stands as a visual treat for airshows. This plane is taken all across Northern America & Pilot Harrison will fly the plane above the crowd of viewers.

The D-Day Doll is being taken to the Miramar Air Show in San Diego, California in the next few days. Crowds will have the opportunity to view the olive-green paint that still remains the same as it did upon leaving the factory. They’ll also be able to see the Pin up D-day Doll Girl on its nose which was added back in 2001 when the plane was donated to the Army Air Corps.
Most of the events that this plane attends are free of charge. The Army Air Corps uses whichever donations it’s able to receive for better causes & the occasional restoration of the C-53 Skytrooper. Hopefully this plane makes it for another seventy years.