Or just Cold War 2.0? NATO Warplanes Scrambled Amid 'Unusual Peak' In Russian Air Activity
NATO says it scrambled fighter jets 10 times amid what it called an unusual level of Russian air activity over Europe.
Alliance warplanes were scrambled on March 29 "to shadow Russian bombers and fighters during an unusual peak of flights over the North Atlantic, North Sea, Black Sea and Baltic Sea," NATO said in a statement on March 30.
I'm sure the Biden Administration will get everything under control, as soon as K. Harris stops cackling. (Hat tip to Coffee or Die.)