Here’s the Defense’s explanation for why a US heavy bomber circled Hungarian airspace for hours

The B-52H Stratofortress flew for two hours near Kaposvár and Nagyatád.

One of the US Air Force’s B-52H Stratofortress flew over the Kaposvár region for an extended period of time last Thursday. The aircraft, codenamed NOBLE41, took off from Romania and entered Hungarian airspace in the afternoon. The heavy bomber then flew over Nagybagum, Nagyatad and Kaposvar for about two hours.

B-52s are long-range heavy bombers capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The best American aircraft had been in Hungarian airspace on other occasions, but the present delay was unusually long.

the Honvé Driving around, he wrote on Friday, wasn’t just a pastime. American aircraft and forward flight controllers (Joint Final Attack Controller – JTAC) of the Hungarian Defense Forces Josef Case Josef carried out “dry” maneuvers in Hungarian airspace, that is, without the use of weapons.

The exercise presented a unique opportunity for Hungarian JTACs to practice the iconic type day and night, the paper wrote, based on standardized procedures within NATO.

Last spring, wrote that two US B-52H Stratofortress planes flew over Hungarian airspace as seen in public flight tracking apps. The planes will then take off from Fairford base in England across the border over Balasagiramat.

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