B-52 flew through the Gulf of the sky amid fears of an attack Iran

The B-52 one of America’s most dangerous bomber fighters, flew through the Gulf of the sky amid fears of an attack Iran. Earlier on Wednesday, two B-52 bombers were seen flying in the Bay Area. This is the second time this month that US fighter jets have appeared in the skies of the Gulf region. According to media reports, Iran is plotting to attack US allies in Iraq or elsewhere.

It is believed that America is taking this step in response to this. According to the defense sources of America, Iran is plotting to do something big. It is being told that there may be major action from Iran before Joe Biden takes over as US President in January. US fighter jets flew from North Dakota on Wednesday and circled the Bay Area and went back to their airbases.

Earlier this year, on January 3, the US killed Iran’s military commander General Qasim Sulemani in a drone strike. Iran was completely furious after this one incident.

Five days after Suleimani’s death, Iran fired a missile at a US military camp in Iraq. About 100 soldiers were injured in this. The revenge fire in Iran has still not calmed down and he wants to teach America a lesson. Last week, an Iran-backed Shiite group fired rockets at the US embassy in Baghdad.

B-52 flew through the Gulf of the sky amid fears of an attack Iran
B-52 flew through the Gulf of the sky amid fears of an attack Iran

When its bombers flew in the Gulf region, the US has said that this is a step taken for its safety. The commander of the Central Command, General Frank McKenzie, said the US Central Command is practicing this to keep itself ready against any kind of threat. We want to keep ourselves ready for war. We do not want tension, but our strength to protect ourselves should not be underestimated.