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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Thursday, September 16, 2021

US Air Force sends SPECIAL OPS plane to shadow Russian ship posing ‘very serious threat’ | Daily Star

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A US military C-32B special ops plane landed at Piarco International Airport in Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday, flight monitors show.

 The Boeing 757 planes, operated by the US Air Force Special Operations Command, are typically used to support US government crisis response and CIA special activities.

Meanwhile, the Viktor Leonov, a Vishnya-class Russian intelligence gathering ship, is expected to depart to Port-of-Spain on another spying mission today.Equipped with high-tech spying kit and anti-aircraft missiles, the 300ft-long Russian boat has proved to be a thorn in the side of the US Navy.

The USS Gerald R Ford, the US Navy’s flagship supercarrier, broke down while being tailed by the Viktor Leonnov, Daily Star Online revealed earlier this month.

Source: US Air Force sends SPECIAL OPS plane to shadow Russian ship posing ‘very serious threat’ | Daily Star

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