WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and other ships in its strike group are heading west toward the Red Sea to help
support a limited U.S. strike on Syria, if needed, defense officials said on Sunday.
edit on 2-9-2013 by CALGARIAN because: (no reason
It seems US will be going forth, possibly with France and a few others in a target strike against Syrian Military targets. The deployment of the
largest ACC in the world is absolute proof, IMO.
In a way, I'm glad they are deploying this ACC because this attack will not be so cut and dry. There will be a retaliation, however large or small,
and the US needs to be ready to counter because I truly don't believe the 9 ships in the Med can handle the full repercussion it will face.
Something I'v been thinking about lately is well, perhaps for some agenda which we do not know of, it might be good if some major casualties happened
on US side.
Something that got me thinking was, at the point the US military is highly demotivated; what better way to bring back some unification, boost morale
and pump up the adrenaline then a pearl harbor scenario?
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