Thursday, December 27, 2012

USS John Stennis Enters Persian Gulf

U.S. aircraft carrier USS John Stennis has passed the Strait of Hormuz and entered the Persian Gulf accompanied by guided missile cruiser USS Mobile Bay. The aircraft carrier called at the port of Jebel Ali, 35km southwest of Dubai. Meanwhile, the amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu has entered the Oman’s port of Salalah on the Arabian Sea. (Interfax, 27 December)

The Iranian Navy will begin conducting maneuvers on Friday at the Strait of Hormuz and the Arabian Sea.

File photo: USS Hohn Stennis (U.S. Navy/Reuters)


Anonymous said...

Ah, the soon to be coral reef has arrived! It will make an amazing coral reef!

Anonymous said...

gee, the Stennis looks so unimpressive when compared to the grandeur of Iran'a inflatable navy.

mat said...

What long wasting years of the U.S.'s psychological warfare campaigns and shows-off against the competent nation of IRAN.

Anonymous said...

HA HA HA!! Yeah sure,Islamic terrorist theocracy is so "competent" mat!