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It appears the U.S. has been set-up by our own government to be attacked.  All 10 U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers are "in-port" for the next week!  NO CARRIER is operating anywhere in the world! We're sitting ducks.

For the next week, not only will there be no U.S. Navy aircraft carrier in the Middle East, but there will be no American aircraft carriers deployed at sea anywhere else in the world, despite a host of worldwide threats facing the United States.

The carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower and her strike group returned to Norfolk, Va., Friday following a seven-month deployment. The Ike launched hundreds of airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria from both the Mediterranean Sea and the Persian Gulf.

Two destroyers in the Ike’s strike group also saw combat. The USS Nitze and USS Mason were attacked in the Red Sea when Iranian backed Houthi forces in Yemen launched cruise missiles, which were intercepted by the Mason. A retaliatory strike by the Nitze destroyed the radar installations in Yemen in October.

The Eisenhower’s replacement carrier, the USS George H.W. Bush, was delayed by more than six months in the shipyards and will not be able to replace the Ike until early next year, according to Navy officials.

While there is no U.S. aircraft carrier in the Middle East right now, there is a large deck U.S. Navy amphibious assault ship with thousands of Marines on board as well as helicopters and some jets to respond to a crisis, according to officials.


In the meantime, the Navy tells SuperStation95 the U.S. military has other jets available to make up for the aircraft carrier gap in the Middle East and elsewhere in the world. The Navy can also “surge” a carrier now in port to deploy if necessary. But the absence of a deployed U.S. Navy aircraft carrier, long seen as a symbol of American power projection, is noteworthy. It is believed to be the first time since World War II that at least one U.S. aircraft carrier has not been deployed.

“We are not going to discuss the timing of operational movements of carrier strike groups into and out of the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility,” said Capt. Terry Shannon, a U.S. Naval Forces Central Command spokesman, in a statement to SuperStation95. Centcom is tasked with control over all U.S. forces in the Middle East and Afghanistan.

It’s not the first time there was a carrier gap in the Middle East. Last fall, the U.S. Navy relied on a French aircraft carrier to fill the void when the USS Theodore Roosevelt returned home. At the time it was the first gap in carrier coverage in the Middle East since 2007.

Other factors contribute to the U.S. Navy not having an aircraft carrier deployed anywhere in the world right now. From 2011 to 2013, the Navy maintained two carriers in the Persian Gulf on the orders of Centcom's then-commander, Gen. James Mattis, who is now President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for defense secretary. 



The Congressionally mandated budget cuts known as sequestration have also been felt on the waterfront since 2011. After billions of dollars were cut from the Navy’s budget, ships such as the George H.W. Bush were forced to prolong their time in the shipyards, which had a ripple effect down the line. If the Bush had left the shipyard on time, she would have relieved the Ike in the Gulf or the Mediterranean, officials tell Fox News.

A SuperStation95 Correspondent recently flew out to the USS George H.W. Bush 40 miles off the coast of North Carolina to see the crew's final tuneup.

With jets landing every 60 seconds, the flight deck crew worked on getting the time between “traps” (landings) down to 40 seconds.

Aboard the ship, 18- to 22-year-old men and women work 14 hour days on the flight deck, with little rest -- all this before deploying and potentially dropping live rounds on ISIS.

“This is the military equivalent of spring training, because once we complete this at the end of December, then we'll be going forward and it'll be real forces that we'll be going flying with and against,” said Rear Adm. Kenneth Whitesell, commander, Carrier Strike 2, interviewed on his perch above the four-acre flight deck known as “Vulture's Row.”

In addition to fighting ISIS, the ship's commanding officer says his crew will be ready to deal with a resurgent Russia or China if necessary.

“While we don't have any emergent or pending conflicts with them, certainly, it is fair to say that we have divergent interests in many cases. and so we need to be prepared to understand how we will react to that if necessary,” said Capt. Will Pennington.

There is recent history with this ship.

On Aug. 8, 2014, a pair of F-18s from the Bush launched the first airstrikes against ISIS in northern Iraq.

Now, two and a half years later, the ship is headed back to the fight against the Islamic State terror group.

“That doesn't mean that three months or six months from now, that will be the priority for our country. So we have to be ready to execute anywhere, anytime, any mission,” said Capt. James McCall, commander of Air Wing 8, in charge of all of the aircraft on board.

Overshadowing all of this is the nagging feeling that it's all a little too coincidental that ALL aircraft carriers are in-port, for a whole week, just before a very unpopular President is supposed to surrender his office.  A President who is making false claims of election interference against a Super-Power, Russia.  

Said one Admiral in the Pentagon, "I think we're being set-up for an attack on the USA and there isn't a damn thing I can do about it because it's our Commander-In-Chief who is doing it."

Other flag officers expressed other concerns as well.  Said one Captain


"In this time, China can take Taiwan and, if they choose, Japan too. North Korea can take South Korea, Russia can take Ukraine and the Arabs can all go attack Israel.  By the time the US is able to respond to any of that, it will all be over."

Beware, America.  Barack Obama has put us in a position to be defeated worldwide within a week.  




CVN-68 in active service Nimitz USS Nimitz (CVN-68).jpg 3 May 1975
Nimitz supercarrier, lead ship Stationed at Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton, Washington [64]
CVN-69 in active service Dwight D. Eisenhower Uss Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69).jpg 18 October 1977
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia [65]
CVN-70 in active service Carl Vinson USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) underway in the Pacific Ocean on 31 May 2015.JPG 13 March 1982
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, California [66]
CVN-71 in active service Theodore Roosevelt USS Theodore Roosevelt at sea.jpg 25 October 1986
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Air Station North Island, San Diego, California [67]
CVN-72 in active service Abraham Lincoln USS Abraham Lincoln(CVN 72).jpg 11 November 1989
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia [68]
CVN-73 in active service George Washington USS George Washington (CVN-73) 001.jpg 4 July 1992
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia [69]
CVN-74 in active service John C. Stennis USS John C. Stennis, 2007May11.jpg 9 December 1995
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Base Kitsap, Bremerton, Washington [70]
CVN-75 in active service Harry S. Truman US Navy 030117-N-9851B-027 The Military Sealift Command ship USNS Spica (T-AFS 9).jpg 25 July 1998
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia [71]
CVN-76 in active service Ronald Reagan USSRONALDREAGANgoodshot.jpg 12 July 2003
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Yokosuka Naval Base, Yokosuka, Japan [72]
CVN-77 in active service George H.W. Bush US Navy 110129-N-3885H-158 USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) is underway in the Atlantic Ocean.jpg 10 January 2009
Nimitz supercarrier Stationed at Naval Station Norfolk, Norfolk, Virginia [73]
CVN-78finished, awaiting commission Gerald R. Ford USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) on the James River in 2013.JPG 2016
Ford supercarrier, lead ship Floated in dry dock 2013; Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Virginia, Finished, awaiting commission [74][75]


Looking at the list above, and the Home Ports of each ship, an adversary could nuke Norfolk, VA /  San Diego, CA / and Bremerton, WA and wipe out 90% of our ability to project power globally in one fell swoop.     




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  • Viet Vet 68 Comment Link Jan 03, 2017

    Easy everyone...Russia and China each have One aircraft carrier far inferior to ours...and we have over 700 overseas bases manned by tens of thousands of military including Navy, Army, Marines and Air Force.

  • Beau Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    The content of this story is a contradiction in terms.
    Aircraft carriers are a means to project aggression.End of
    Might be the world will suffer a week or 2 of peace instead of the danger imagined.

    "I don't know why America always thinks she has to run all around the world forcing people to take our way of governance at the barrel of a gun.
    When you've got something really good, you don't have to force it on people
    They will steal it!"
    - Dick Gregory

  • Norton Wheeler Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    With people like you broadcasting this to the world it's no wonder ISIS doesn't step up attacks. Why don't you find something else to write about like Making America Great Again. Knucklehead

  • Terry Tste Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    Let's hope whatever the enemy is doing they get Obama . They can have that worthless POS!

  • Deb Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    Why are any of you even beliving this story. For ONE, this exact write-up is on the Fox news site with their name in place of SuperStation95. From doing some research on details given, it appears that pieces were taken from other sources and made to ND source noted this.

    The Navy also says the story about this being the first time so many carriers were moored together since Pearl Harbor is untrue.

    Not surprisingly, the story was changed, the picture was attached, and the Internet did its thing.

  • Rick Lovitz Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    I think the title and the premise of this jumps the gun.

    Something to consider - Israel is angry with the U.N. votes regarding the whole two state solution situation. Israel has a chance and can move towards a solidified one state policy. Then countries (including the U.S.) put a wrench in the works.

    Any recent attacks in countries that voted against Israels interest? Interesting.

    My intuition tells me, Bebe and his pals at the Mo are persuading those countries to reconsider voting against Israels interest. This was foreseen, but perhaps faster than planed for by the current U.S admin. They don't want carriers around hot zones where anyone! Any country can raise that fals flag, and does not necessarily need to be in port. Including The aforementioned country.

    What benefit would having the carriers home have? Distance from anyone trying to rope us into forced assistance in war.

    It would take time if and when another country would need assistance, if the U.S. is forced to respond and help. So those sleeping that front might reconsider.

    Submarines, UAV's, near by air bases, long range aircraft,
    The U.S has great strike capability.

    Israel always makes big moves between presidents, that's their moment to move israels interest forward.
    My two cents

  • D3F1ANT Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    Obama is a bad man. He IS perfectly willing to sacrifice national security for his political games. THANK GOD he's O-U-T!

  • George Reihel Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    False flag alert

  • km Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    Gee, just say NO. Otherwise, you are involved in treason like he has been since his seating in the Oval Office. It's doubly bad for the military to take orders from him, because they know who he is, and should have never taken any commands whatsoever...

  • Rabbit Comment Link Jan 02, 2017

    Though I am actually pleased at the thought and hope something comes of it, I agree that the USA seems set up for an attack.

  • william.i.kirkland Comment Link Jan 01, 2017


  • Jock Doubleday Comment Link Jan 01, 2017

    And Israel can genocide Palestine any day, any time. With U.S. weapons and financing.

  • Daniel Andrew Stevenson Comment Link Jan 01, 2017

    As an observer of worldwide movements of leftists betrayals of their people, the vision before me indicates that something in the likes of a directive from right at the top-aka-supreme commander-in-chief jas been otdered. I pray for your most heightened vigilance in the days ahead. God bless America!

  • Semper_Fi1371 Comment Link Dec 31, 2016

    Wow. What a bunch of malarkey. Who believes this trash?!?! There must be some real rubes out there to get their panties in a bunch over this nonsense. My favorite is the quote from an "unnamed captain" :
    "In this time, China can take Taiwan and, if they choose, Japan too. North Korea can take South Korea, Russia can take Ukraine and the Arabs can all go attack Israel. By the time the US is able to respond to any of that, it will all be over."

    Ah...OK, but the Reagan is in JAPAN! One would assume that an actual Captain in the Navy would know this...

    Additionally there are several USMC amphibious assault groups underway throughout the globe LHA and LHDs.
    You get out from under your beds.

  • Chat seedang Comment Link Dec 31, 2016

    No needs to worry. This is a preventive measure taken from Russia's revenge of Tu-154 tragedy by sinking some US airclaft carrier in return.

  • DanS Comment Link Dec 31, 2016

    The Eisenhower is out - but that is the only one - check your graph. we have 6 carriers that are operable and 5 undergoing some sort of refits. sucks for us. Obama set us up. there should be at least 4 out there at one time.

  • Nexus789 Comment Link Dec 31, 2016

    It is strange. Don't trust Obozo. After 8 years of inept leadership and dirty dealing there is probably a lot they want to keep hidden.

  • tw Comment Link Dec 30, 2016

    american fear to the fore again..why can you not see that america is the threat ...nobody least the rest of the world can relax for the new year without fear of americans bombing their to get the drones ..where did we put them

  • Big Dick Comment Link Dec 30, 2016

    You wouldn't have a chance against Russia and China plus allies anyway, and you won't get any backup from other countries including NATo members when the time come to send them into combat with superpowers...

    The USA are running scared.

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