To be fair, I'm not sure the spy ship is any closer to the US as previous operations would be. They are certainly further north but I'm not sure whether they're any closer to US waters than previously.
What is a problem though is the Russian fly-by in the Black Sea.
Now I'm just as (un)qualified as anyone to analyze the meaning of these actions, but they have been quoted by some that these are practice attack runs. I see both acts either as provocative maneuvers by the Russians to see how the disorganized DT administration deals with minor threats (spoiler: they didn't). Conversely, if DT is indeed colluding with the Russians, maybe this is a signal by the Kremlin to contain the mess, "or else."
I mean, there wasn't even a message of condemntation by the administration. Any other president, Republican or Democrat, would've at least said something. But no, nothing. For a leader and a voting pool valuing "America First," an act such as this should be raising alarm bells! One would've expected his voter base to be, "y'all warm up those nukes now!" But instead, (and maybe masterfully so), the administration has pivoted the media attention by a mind-numbing news conference and successfully steered MSM focus away from the military actions.