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Russian fleet scares US

The US Office of Naval Intelligence issued a report, where it raised concern for the increased power of the Russian colleagues. The American experts believe that Russia's support of its Navy is nothing but a 'challenge' it want to send the US. Deep concern is also expressed in the report about the Russian combat vessels, which are located even in the Arctics, according to the Daily Beast. 'This makes the Russian navy the world's third-biggest maritime force after No. 1 America-with more than 280 modern warships plus more than 100 support vessels-and second-place China,' the document says. It is also noted that the Navy's military power used to strike the world and Washington even under the USSR, while modern Russia, supported by the President Vladimir Putin, keeps optimizing it in a frightening way.

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