Two days after the US submarine appeared near Russia, the Russian submarine appeared near the US coast

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 Two days after the US submarine appeared near Russia, the Russian submarine appeared near the US coast


Bill Lewis, spokesman for the U.S. Northern Command, said the North American Aerospace Defense Command and the U.S. Northern Command are closely monitoring the Russian submarine. We have not received any requests for assistance from the Russian Navy or other naval forces in the region, he said at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado We are ready to help those in need.

Lewis said more details about the operation of the submarine near Alaska were simply refused. In our area of responsibility, we will pay close attention to relevant vessels, including foreign naval vessels. He said Russias military exercises were conducted in international waters outside U.S. territorial waters.

On issues related to the Russian naval exercise, the US Coast Guard said the Russian military exercise had an impact on US commercial fishing vessels in the Bering Sea. Several fishing vessels operating in the Bering Sea informed us that they had encountered Russian vessels participating in the exercise, and they were very worried, so they contacted us, a US Coast Guard spokesman said.

The U.S. Coast Guard then contacted Alaskan command at the Elmendorf Richardson joint base, which confirmed the Russian military exercise information.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }It should be noted that a few days before the Russian submarine appeared near Alaska, a US nuclear submarine, which had never been seen before, surfaced near Russia. According to the theater column of the drive website on August 25, a series of photos released by the U.S. Navy show that the U.S. sea wolf nuclear submarine surfaced last week and appeared off the coast of Norway. The U.S. Department of defense has always kept a tight lipped record of submarine operations, and kept three advanced and mysterious sea wolf class submarines in strict secrecy. The nuclear powered fast attack submarine, which is mainly used for intelligence activities and special missions, has a rare public appearance in Scandinavia. The strait between the Norwegian coastline and Barents Sea Bear Island is the only way for Russian submarines to enter and leave the ocean from the base in Northwest Russia. According to the report, this seems to be intended to convey to Russia the information about the underwater combat capability of the United States in the region. Source: global network editor: Yao Wenguang_ NN1682

It is worth noting that a few days before the Russian submarine appeared near Alaska, a U.S. nuclear submarine, which had never been seen before, surfaced near Russia.

According to the theater column of the drive website on August 25, a series of photos released by the U.S. Navy show that the U.S. sea wolf nuclear submarine surfaced last week and appeared off the coast of Norway. The U.S. Department of defense has always kept a tight lipped record of submarine operations, and kept three advanced and mysterious sea wolf class submarines in strict secrecy.

The nuclear powered fast attack submarine, which is mainly used for intelligence activities and special missions, has a rare public appearance in Scandinavia. The strait between the Norwegian coastline and Barents Sea Bear Island is the only way for Russian submarines to enter and leave the ocean from the base in Northwest Russia. According to the report, this seems to be intended to convey to Russia the information about the underwater combat capability of the United States in the region.