US B-1 bombers arrive in Norway for historic visit that seems to send message to Moscow
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U.S. B-1B Lancers arrived in Norway on Monday to take part in a "long-planned training mission" and marked the first time these bombers operated out of the European country, a statement from the U.S. Air Force said.
"Training with allies like Norway enables us to hone our deterrence and defense capabilities while also enhancing regional stability," Gen. Jeff Harrigian, the U.S. Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa commander said, according to the statement.

The planes flew from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas and arrived at Ørland Air Station, which is in the central part of the country. The move has been seen by some military experts as a clear message to Moscow.

"This seems to…
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