Half The Forces Of The U.S Navy Now At Sea: A Show Of Force Or Prelude To War? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Half The Forces Of The U.S Navy Now At Sea: A Show Of Force Or Prelude To War?

By mid-July 2019, four attack air groups set off from the US ports. Two air groups went into the Atlantic Ocean from a naval base on the east coast of the United States. Two – from the naval base on the west coast of the United States. At the same time, in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, respectively, they took to the sea in the same amphibious group with marines on board.

Thus, at the same time, there are only six carrier-assault groups deployed in the sea at the same time, taking into account the two deployed in forward basing. A similar configuration of the US Navy strike forces can be taken either as a demonstration of power and pressure on US opponents – especially Iran, or even the beginning of deployment of forces for a military campaign. But this is only if the carrier group will move further into the ocean, and not return to base. According to previous US military campaigns, the American formula for war is known – these are five carrier groups that simultaneously deployed in one theater of military operations. The carrier groups that have now sailed into the sea will need 20-30 days to reach the Persian Gulf.

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