Finland Opens Airspace To Allied Surveillance Flights
Finland has begun allowing allies to conduct surveillance flights along the country’s 1,300-km border with Russia. The first flight was performed on March 23 by a U.S. Air Force RC-135W Rivet Joint signals intelligence aircraft. The flight occurred as the Nordic country takes its final steps toward...
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