Russian Military Tracks US Destroyer Royal Navy HMS Duncan warship 1 day ago   02:16

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The USS McCampbell guided missile destroyer did not go farther than 100 kilometres (62 miles) from Russian territorial waters, Russian Defence Ministry spokesman Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov stated. Thank you for watching.
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That’s right they tracked it because that’s all they can actually do!! Otherwise they’ll be reefs on the bottom of the ocean!!
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Bunch of robotic Russian cocksuckers of Putin in here. Putin is a gangster......and soon will be put in his place
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This sounds correct
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This is the right time to take revenge on USA for Hirrosimma and Nagasaki !!!
Yuri Kovalenko
Clearly americunt agression and provokation. What US ship is doing near Russian waters? Intruding and tresspassing. Americunts are hoodlums but Russians act like real gentlemen! Bravo Russia! God bless Russian navy!⚓🇷🇺
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Sadly to think WW3. Coming up 😭
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Putin is running scared he knows if it starts then it's the end of Russia and proberly most of the world
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Very good Russia all the best
Pre emptive strike over nazi agressor USA and autocrat oligarch Trump regime who is the slave of DeepState!
Shayne Landry
America talking the talk but they did not enter Russian water
Dragos Panescu
Russia is doing same protective measures just US is doing! What is wrong with that!?
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Royal Navy HMS Duncan warship Russian Military Tracks US Destroyer 1 day ago   10:43

Royal Navy HMS Duncan warship faced ‘brazen hostility’ swarmed by 17 Russian fighter jets - Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has said a Royal Navy warship faced ‘brazen hostility’ as 17 Russian fighter jets dangerously buzzed it off the coast of Crimea. Footage of the encounter with HMS Duncan as it led a Nato fleet through the Black Sea in May this year has been released as a four-part documentary on the Type 45 destroyer is to be aired on Channel 5. The Russian jets are seen flying so close that the aircraft’s electronics could have been scrambled by the Portsmouth-based warship’s radar system leaving the potential for them to crash.

Mr Williamson said: ‘Over the past year, HMS Duncan and her crew have embodied the key role the UK plays in Nato. ‘As Nato flagship, she has faced down brazen Russian hostility in the Black Sea with jets buzzing overhead, been stalked by Russian spy ships and played a vital role protecting Nato allies during the British, American and French strikes against Syr99ian chemical weapons facilities.

‘Through her deployment, this world-leading ship and her crew epitomised the nation we are going to be as we exit the EU – a truly global Britain which is outward-looking and engaged on the world stage.’ Commodore Mike Utley, who was leading the Nato task force from Duncan, said: ‘HMS Duncan is probably the only maritime asset that has seen a raid of that magnitude in the last 25 years.’ He added: ‘I think their tactics are naive. What they don’t know is how capable the ship is.

‘When you see that much activity, I think it reinforces the nature of what people expect at the moment and why there is a challenge from Russia.’ The footage shows the jets circling the ship before returning to Russian airspace with one of the pilots sending a message to Duncan’s crew, saying: ‘Good luck, guys.’

The documentary shows one of Duncan’s sailors saying they felt the message could have been a warning to the ship while another said: ‘They had 17 aircraft, we have 48 missiles – I think we’re going to win that one.’ Commander Eleanor Stack, Duncan’s captain, said: ‘To me if felt unprecedented. There were more aircraft than we have seen in a long time.’ Earlier, Duncan had launched its Merlin Mk2 helicopter to hunt a Russian spy ship spotted on radar. Lieutenant Commander James Smith said of the Nato presence in the Black Sea: ‘They may consider it to be escalatory, we certainly don’t. But it depends on how you spin the narrative. The one thing the Russians are very good at is spinning a narrative. ‘We have to demonstrate and create our own as well. They can scream and shout all they want but we still have the right, as do all these units, to be where we are, operating how we are.’ The first episode of Warship: Life at Sea was on Channel 5 last night.

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