U.S. Navy Sorties 22 Warships, 4 Nuclear Subs in ONE DAY

U.S. Navy Sorties 22 Warships, 4 Nuclear Subs in ONE DAY

WAR Coming Fast; U.S. Navy Sorties 22 Warships, 4 Nuclear Subs in ONE DAY

The American people remain blissfully unaware that their Government is making dramatic war preparations and that outbreak of hostilities with RUSSIA may come literally at any moment. In just ONE DAY, Tuesday, the US Navy sortied 22 warships and 4 nuke submarines.

Shown above, the USS Tripoli (LHA 7) America-class amphibious assault ship and USS Annapolis (SSN 760) nuclear attack submarine are seen leaving San Diego – January 18, 2022.

These are but two of the vessels that put to sea on Tuesday in one of the largest deployments of naval warfighting ships from the USA in recent memory.

All images below are taken from PUBLIC sources and are not classified or in any way war secrets. 

The vessels were dispatched from San Diego, CA, from Norfolk, VA, and from Pear Harbor, Hawaii as follows:

San Diego

USS Tripoli (LHA 7) America-class amphibious assault ship leaving San Diego – January 18, 2022

 USS Curtis Wilbur (DDG 54) Arleigh Burke-class Flight I guided missile destroyer leaving San Diego – January 18, 2022

USS Shoup (DDG 86) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer heading from her pier to the fuel dock in San Diego – then to sea, January 18, 2022

 

USS Anchorage (LPD 23) San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock heading to the ammo pier in San Diego, then to sea – January 18, 2022 (Out within hours)

After these warships departed San Diego, the Navy put Fast-Attack boats on patrol in San Diego Harbor:

 

PEARL HARBOR HAWAII

USS Wayne E. Meyer (DDG 108) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer leaving Pearl Harbor – January 18, 2022

Norfolk, VA

USNS Medgar Evers (T-AKE-13) Lewis and Clark-class dry cargo ship leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Arlington (LPD 24) San Antonio-class amphibious transport leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Iwo Jima (LHD 7) Wasp-class amphibious assault ship leaving Norfolk, Virginia – Note on the deck; boats to carry invading troops from sea to shore!- January 18, 2022

USS Bataan (LHD 5) Wasp-class amphibious assault ship leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Kearsarge (LHD 3) Wasp-class amphibious assault ship leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Gunston Hall (LSD 44) Whidbey Island-class dock landing ship leaving Little Creek, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Carter Hall (LSD 50) dock landing ship leaving Little Creek, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS James E. Williams (DDG 95) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer coming into Norfolk, Virginia

USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) Arleigh Burke-class Flight IIA guided missile destroyer leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022

USS Mitscher (DDG 57) Arleigh Burke-class Flight I guided missile destroyer leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 17, 2022

USS Gonzalez (DDG 66) Arleigh Burke-class Flight I guided missile destroyer leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 17, 2022

USNS Arctic (T-AOE-8) Supply-class fast combat support ship leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 17, 2022

USNS Joshua Humphreys (T-AO-188) Henry J. Kaiser-class replenishment oiler leaving Norfolk, Virginia – January 18, 2022  

USNS Zeus ** (T-ARC-7) Cable Repair Ship leaving Yorktown, Virginia – January 18, 2022

 ** Yorktown, Virginia from where THIS ship originated Tuesday, is home to the Naval Weapons Depot at which are stored, among all other weapons, US Tactical NUCLEAR weapons.

 —– January 17th

Military Sealift Command (MSC) oil/chemical tanker MT Evergreen State (T-AOT 5205) coming into Port Everglades, Florida – January 17, 2022 (Filled & Departed on 18th)

SUBMARINES

Another view:

USS Annapolis (SSN 760) Los Angeles-class Flight III 688i (Improved) attack submarine leaving San Diego – January 18, 2022

USS Nevada (SSBN-733) Ohio-class nuclear ballistic missile submarine coming into Guam – January 15, 2022

USS Colorado (SSN 788) Virginia-class Block III nuclear attack submarine leaving Faslane, Scotland (File Photo as Scotland Image taken down)

USS Delaware (SSN 791) Virginia-class Block III nuclear attack submarine off of Groton, Connecticut – January 14, 2022

All of these vessels were sortied by the US Navy either on the 18th, or in the wee hours of the 17th.   

It is no secret that tensions with Russia are extremely high, and talk of actual war within days is on the agenda.  Yet the mass media in the USA is keeping the American people blissfully unaware of war preparations actively underway by the US government.

Given the number of AMPHIBIOUS ASSUALT SHIPS, one cannot help but wonder if the United States intends to try to TAKE CRIMEA BY FORCE to give it back to Ukraine?

If not Crimea, then where else might the US be sending fully loaded Amphibious assault ships?  Kaliningrad, perhaps?  Will the US try to grab Kaliningrad to prevent Russia from placing missiles there against Europe?

Whatever is taking place, it is abundantly clear that Tuesdays deployment of so many US warships at the same time signals that something wicked this way comes.  War with Russia seems likely.

And if it comes, the American people will have no clue how it evolved, or that it was completely the US fault for not negotiating fairly or honestly with Russia over its legitimate security concerns about NATO expansion, right up to Ukraine which is Russia’s literal front porch.

Read Hal Turner’s analysis of what this might be about.

US Amphibious Assault Ships to Try Crimea Take-Back from Russia?

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