Interception of a U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon by Russian Su-35s over the Mediterranean Sea

As seen from opposite sides:

Americans: "MEDITERRANEAN SEA (May 26, 2020) Two Russian Su-35 aircraft unsafely intercept a P-8A Poseidon patrol aircraft assigned to U.S. 6th Fleet over the Mediterranean Sea May 26, 2020. The intercept was determined to be unsafe and unprofessional due to the Russian pilots taking close station on each wing of the P-8A simultaneously, restricting the P-8A’s ability to safely maneuver, and lasted a total of 64 minutes."

Russians: "Taking this opportunity, the pilots of the Saratov province airlines send, so to speak, greetings to the crew of the anti-submarine Boeing P-8 Poseidon NAVY tail number 760, which just registered for accommodation in this area with their "partner" missions. They also asked me to say that "Of course we are thick as thieves partners, but you are fucked up whining and complaining really, you're so boring! Come with more vigorous friends, let's somersault! You will not be offended do not be afraid! Don't take any more Jews with you, they don't want to cover you closer than 30 km. Well and remember that you will still be [screwed]."



By: Namenlos (1926.80)

Tags: vehicles, airplanes, Russia, USA

Location: Mediterranean Sea