An F-22 fighter from Elmendorf AFB, Alaska, escorts a Russian Tu-95 nuclear-capable bomber off the coast of Alaska; late Monday. A total of four Tu-95s and two Su-35 fighters entered the Alaskan ADIZ on Sunday local time. (Norad photo)

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