Flight files: 3 navy airplane from Spokane went to Montana following discovery of Chinese language balloon


To begin with breaking news tonight the Pentagon is confirming at this hour a suspected Chinese spy balloon has been spotted over the U.S it was actually spotted over Billings Montana our Kyle simchuk is following this situation closely Kyle what can you share with us at this hour well the Pentagon is Now tracking this reported Chinese spy blue.

And we've also learned that President Joe Biden has been briefed on this bizarre incident which disrupted flights at the Billings Airport this white dot scene over Montana looks like the moon but the U.S military says it's likely a Chinese surveillance balloon which has been tracked for several days the Pentagon decided not to.

Shoot it down over fears that could injure people on the ground the Associated Press reports the balloon has been flying over sensitive sites to collect information Montana is home to one of the nation's three nuclear missile silo fields at Malmstrom Air Force Base According to the AP a pentagon press secretary says the.

Balloon is currently flying well above commercial air traffic and that similar balloon activity has been documented in the past several years yesterday all air traffic at the Billings Montana airport was temporarily grounded as the military briefed the White House the AP reports the U.S sent fighter jets including f-22s ready to shoot down the balloon if.

Ordered by the White House Montana Governor Greg gianforte posted on Twitter less than an hour ago saying quote from the Spy balloon to the Chinese Communist Party spying on Americans through Tick Tock to CCP link companies buying a American Farmland I'm deeply troubled by the constant stream of alarming developments for our.

National security and we're continuing to reach out to Witnesses who saw the balloon and have other videos in the studio Kyle simcha KREM 2 News

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