Why did US Navy pull US Aircraft Carrier out of Persian Gulf? | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Why did US Navy pull US Aircraft Carrier out of Persian Gulf?

The US has had an aircraft carrier stationed in the Persian Gulf ever since 2007. In the past week, the US Navy pulled the USS Theodore Roosevelt out of the Gulf. This sudden move, just when the Russian battleships, fitted with their pinpoint accuracy cruise missiles, sailed in to conduct a coordinated assault on the ISIS encampments in Syria. Now...I ask myself...why would the US do this? Why wouldn't the US want to maintain a strong presence in the Gulf...under such unprecedented circumstances? The only hunch I could come up with was that the US Military realized that the Theodore Roosevelt was woefully inadequate to stand up to the Russian "threat"...by that, I mean the threat of the radar (Khibiny) jamming capacity of the Russian Airforce. We wouldn't want a repeat of the ignominious "Donald Cook" incident, now would we?

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The Roosevelt suffered a huge embarrassment during simulated war games in the Atlantic a while back, when a single French submarine succeeded in penetrating the Roosevelt's battle group and "sank" the carrier and a few of the escort ships as well.

American weapons may cost a lot of money and look very impressive, but it appears they are mostly a bluff, that Russia has now called!

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