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Five U.S. military aircraft leave Turkish Incirlik airbase

ANKARA, (BM) – At least five U.S. Air Force military transport planes flew from the Turkish Incirlik airbase, where the US nuclear weapons are located, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting russian Vglyad news website and aviation resources.

Read more: US Senate Committee approves sanctions against Turkey over S-400’s purchase

The base left three heavy military transport aircraft C-17A Globemaster, one military transport aircraft of increased payload C-5M Galaxy, one transport aircraft military command C-40B, Interfax reports with reference to information from Western aviation resources.

Recall, Turkish President Recep Erdogan confirmed that Turkey could close Incirlik airbase for the United States if Washington imposes sanctions on Ankara because of the S-400.

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Source: Vzglyad

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