As Islamic State militants lose ground in Iraq and Syria, U.S. fighter pilots are seeing increasingly alarming behavior from Russian aircraft flying over the battlespace.  Lt. Col. “Ox,” a U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor pilot and commander of the 95th Expeditionary Fighter Sqdn. assigned to Al Dhafra Air Base here in the United Arab Emirates, says his pilots see unexpected, potentially threatening movement from Russian fighters flying over Iraq and Syria with growing ...


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