B-52s enter disputed China air-defense zone without incident, U.S. official says

11/27/2013 | Bloomberg

A pair of unarmed B-52 bombers flew without incident into a disputed air-defense zone claimed by China, according to U.S. officials, the first test of China's response as growing tensions raise concerns about international air travel. China said it would take defensive measures if aircraft enter the area it claimed as an air-defense zone on Nov. 23 without reporting flight plans.

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