11/01/2012 2nd US Carrier group arrives in the Gulf

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2nd US Carrier group arrives in the Gulf

Posted on January 11, 2012 by IanPJ

In preparation for the joint exercises with the Israeli IDF, a second US carrier group has arrived to join the USS Stennis (CVN-74) and Carrier Strike Group Three.

The USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), another Nimitz class aircraft carrier with its attendant battle group, Carrier Strike Group 1 (CSG-1) and Carrier Air Wing 17 (CVW-17). The USS Carl Vinson was the last place Osama Bin Laden’s body was before he was buried at sea.

U.S. Navy carrier strike groups typically consist of an aircraft carrier (flagship), an embarked carrier air wing, at least one Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser, and a destroyer squadron.

Carrier Strike Group One is composed of the following units:

■USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), flagship
■Carrier Air Wing Seventeen (CVW-17)
■USS Bunker Hill (CG-52)
■USS Lake Champlain (CG-57)
■Destroyer Squadron One (DESRON 1)
■USS Stockdale (DDG-106)
■USS Gridley (DDG-101)
■USS Higgins (DDG-76)
■USS Rentz (FFG-46)
■USS McClusky (FFG-41)
CVW-17 is made up of eight air squadrons consisting of four squadrons of F18C Hornets and F18F Super-Hornets, with 1 squadron each of E2C Hawkeye airborne early warning systems, EA6B Prowler Electronic Attack aircraft, C2A Greyhound Logistics support squadron and a squadron of SH-60F/HH-60H Seahawk Anti Submarine helicopters totalling 90 fixed wing and Helo aircraft.

Carrier Strike Group Three is composed of the following units:

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3 responses to “11/01/2012 2nd US Carrier group arrives in the Gulf

  1. Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 | Posted by Gordon Duff
    The Tiring Bin Laden Saga, Version 27
    Bin Laden # 28, Back and More Dangerous Than Ever
    Another SEAL Book, Another Version, Colonel Mustard With A Mallot in the Music Room?
    By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
    The Murdoch papers are carrying a new version of the bin Laden saga. This one contains much of the fiction of the last 25, leaving out much as well. Nothing is new, just a set of lies with some reason for them to be retold. We know what that reason is, nobody takes a word of it seriously anymore, not the first stories, not the sea burial, not the execution of the world’s most valuable intelligence asset.

    I do so love fiction, even when some of it is true. There really are ghost helicopters, there really are Navy SEALS. The mission, and there was one, involved the assassination of an 80 year old former Mujihideen, not Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden had died years before as an active CIA agent. We have multiple confirmations on this.

    There was a crash, one of the magic helicopters hit a wall and Americans were killed. Later on, more Americans died mysteriously in Afghanistan to make up for the “none” that were seen by half the town and publicly hauled away while Americans warned people, “these aren’t dead bodies we are carrying, we weren’t here at all, you are dreaming this.”

    It really isn’t funny, I guess but you leave yourself open for such thing when you choose to deceive. The lies started long ago, long before even the staged 9/11 demolitions and simulated hijackings, yes, we know that too.

    I am so in love with the Corbett video. Maybe it is his hint of lisp which adds an aspect of both pain and irony to his fastidious debunking of the whole charade.


    The following morning White House officials announced that the helicopter had crashed as it arrived, forcing the Seals to abandon plans to enter from the roof. A photograph of the situation room showed a shocked Hillary Clinton, the secretary of state, with her hand to her mouth.

    Why did they get it so wrong?

    What they were watching was live video but it was shot from 20,000ft by a drone circling overhead and relayed in real time to the White House and Leon Panetta, the CIA director, in Langley. The Seals were not wearing helmet cameras, and those watching in Washington had no idea what was happening inside the buildings.

    “They don’t understand our terminology, so when someone said the ‘insertion helicopter’ has crashed, they assumed it meant on entry,” said Pfarrer.

    What infuriated the Seals, according to Pfarrer, was the description of the raid as a kill mission. “I’ve been a Seal for 30 years and I never heard the words ‘kill mission’,” he said. “It’s a Beltway (Washington insider’s) fantasy word. If it was a kill mission you don’t need Seal Team 6; you need a box of hand grenades.”

    The Sunday Times

    Tomas Estrada-Palma · Top Commenter · 57 years old
    Thanks for printing the latest version the the faux Bin Laden raid. I didn’t bother to read it but thanks. It’s just nice to know the traitors are still trying to lie their way from the gallows.
    Reply · Like· 3 hours ago

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