Russians Did A Real Fly By Of Area 51 Open Skies Treaty
This is for real and not a made up story, even though western countries wouldn't normally allow the Russians to fly over the US, Europe or pretty much anywhere that is against the Russian government aspirations - it seems that there has been a cooperation agreement in place for a while now.
And it's even been given a name called "Open Skies Treaty"?
Russian Tu-154M configured and certified for Open Skies flights.
It is even more stranger as the US basically just told the Russians to get out of Venezuela so this is even more weird than you'd ever know. Even though the Russians have gone over Area 51, don't worry as the majority of what is done at Area 51 is done underground just like you probably already know? It ain't just conspiracy theorists and UFO hunters that the government of the US is hiding away from, it's snooping satellites and obvious "legal treaties" between countries.
Russia's specially equipped Tu-154M Open Skies aircraft is doing a grand tour of America's most sensitive military installations out west.
he Russians are operating their Tu-154M aircraft configured for surveillance flights sanctioned under the Open Skies Treaty that allows member countries to:
- Conduct surveillance flights over each other's territory relatively unimpeded.
- The aircraft are equipped with imaging equipment with specific limitations and monitors from the country being surveyed are on board the flights to make certain the party complies with the parameters of the treaty.
- This latest series of Russian Open Skies flights are being conducted out of Great Falls, Montana and are covering a slew of strategic points in the western part of the United States.
- Including the highly secure Nellis Test and Training Range (NTTR) in southern Nevada, home of Area 51.
Boeing OC-135B Open Skies, Photo: USAF.
The mid-day flight on March 28th, 2019 appears to have originated out of Travis AFB, located near San Francisco, and continued on something of a highlights tour of American military installations in California and Nevada. It flew south over central California, passing near bases like Naval Air Station Lemoore and headed out over the Channel Islands. It then headed directly over Edwards AFB before meandering around Fort Irwin and on to Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake before hooking a right and heading toward Creech AFB in Nevada. It then headed north, directly into the NTTR—the most secure airspace in the United States along with Washington, D.C.
This is a fraction of what went on on this amazing and if not ground breaking flight. We've provided you with three links so you can go and check this out till your heart is content and till you've got your fill - the information your looking for will be there?
I think cooperation between countries definitely reduces the risk of any future conflicts but I can't help but think that this is a good way to get an excuse from to start a conflict? Like disagreements or lack of cooperation like now - the Russians are accused of having more access, more information and the US is been held back from any real value or basically "getting butt damaged" by the Russians and not been fair. It does seem one sided when you look in to this Open Skies treaty" and when you compare, well...
Like I said, the US is definitely getting a lot less than what the Russians are getting out of this treaty. So as far as this been a symbol of cooperation to the world, and an example of what can be achieved when peoples put their differences aside - this could well indeed be the powder keg which sets off the two biggest super powers on yet "another" collision course.
I suppose only time will tell... Don't forget to read on for more information in the source links provided.
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Well here you go...