Daily Mail: US 'spy plane' makes emergency landing in Russia after 'problem with its landing gear'
* The surveillance Boeing OC-135B aircraft was flying a mission over Siberia
* Problem with landing gear prompted emergency landing in eastern Russia
* Treaty on Open Skies allows signatories to overfly the skies of each other
* But Russia has now questioned whether the technical glitch was genuine
A United States 'spy plane' has made an emergency landing in eastern Russia, it has emerged today.
The surveillance Boeing OC-135B aircraft was flying a mission over Siberia as allowed under the Treaty on Open Skies when it reported a problem with its landing gear.
The unarmed plane made an emergency landing at Khabarovsk airport, but a military source in Russia has questioned whether the technical glitch was genuine.
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WNU Editor: This was an authorised flight .... but here is an easy prediction .... this plane is not going to be left unattended by the Americans while it stays on the ground.
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