This is coolbert:
From the Aviationist an article by David Cenciotti that answers the question as posed in a previous blog entry:
"Syrian Su-24s attempting to fly close to U.S. Special Forces in Syria get intercepted and 'encouraged to leave' by F-22 Raptors"
"Two Syrian Su-24 Fencer attempting to fly over a Kurdish-held area in northeastern Syria where U.S. SOF (Special Operations Forces) are operating, get intercepted by U.S. F-22 and encouraged to depart the airspace."
These are Syrian Fencer as piloted by Syrians? Those Syrian Kurds from the American perspective friendlies, only in recent days their "enclave" bombed by pro-Assad forces. About three hundred American Special Forces also active in the area.
THIS INCIDENT ALSO NOT THE FIRST TIME SUCH AN EVENT HAS OCCURRED. APPARENTLY A NO-FLY ZONE EXISTS OVER THAT SYRIAN KURDISH ENCLAVE, INTRUDERS BEWARE!