You really should go back, focus on the article, and read it slowly.<quoted text>
OMG- you are not this f*ucking stupid, quite acting like such a knuckle head, you know damn well you either did not read the entire article, or did not read it all before running off at the mouth about it.
The cut and paste below came from the Reuters article you referred to in your post but did not bother to post a link.......... NO worries, I just posted it the second time for you.
Carlisle did not give details of the incidents and the Defense Department and the U.S. Air Force and Navy in the Pacific did not immediately respond to a request for more information.
You are completely mistaken about the context, or you are lying and distorting the content on purpose.
The incident happened, the General was very specific to the committee he was speaking to, even showing a picture of our military intercepting a Russian plane.
That is also on the article. You must have missed that.
The General didn't give details on ALL of the other very real incidents that are happening and that he spoke of to the committee, and were cited in the beginning of the article.
And the Defense Department, the Navy and Air Force didn't respond to Reuters request for more information, nor do they have to respond, you big goofball, not because there were no occurrences, as the article clearly states that have been ongoing and with more frequency since the Cold War.
How you 'missed' all of that, be it intentional or through stupidity, only you know...but maybe you don't...