Border Watch: Russian jets fly by to Kaliningrad

Latvia's Armed Forces on December 13 recorded one of the more notable identifications of Russian military hardware of recent weeks. 

NATO's Baltic Air Police jets identified two Sukhoi Su-27 jets, which are fairly freqient vsitors, and one more advanced Su-30 "close to Latvia's sea border".en route to Russia's Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad. 

 

It was time to play "I spy" at sea too, with a Russian Parchim class corvette spotted 13 nautical miles (24 kilometers) from Latvia's sea border.

Later in the day the Armed Forces reported a matching Kilo-class submarine to complete the set.

 

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