Japan Reports Aerial Intrusion Spike In February

F-15J scrambling from Naha Air Base on Okinawa.
Credit: Chen Chuanren
SINGAPORE—The Japanese defense ministry has released its February fighter scramble report that reveals a doubling of aerial intrusions on a month-on-month basis by Chinese and Russian aircraft. The document shows there were 116 scrambles in February: 82 in response to Chinese aircraft and 34 to...

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