The USS Enterprise, launched in 1960, is scheduled for the scrap heap. Many are very concerned that it's last mission is to Iran, possibly as a false flag attack for an expendable ship. With a crew of 5,500 sailors in a fleet known as the USS Enterprise Carrier Strike Group, would the US government actually send 5,500 sailors to a watery graveyard as a pretext for war on Iran?
I don't know but I have an uneasy feeling as my 'Lusitania' history kicks in.
Today at noon Eastern, the storied aircraft carrier Enterprise, aka CVN-65, left its home port of Naval Station Norfolk one final time for its final voyage with a heading: Arabian Sea, aka Iran... Thousands of sailors will deploy today from Norfolk on the USS Enterprise for the last time on Sunday. Nearly 5,500 Sailors aboard the ships of the Enterprise Carrier Strike Group (ENT CSG) are scheduled to deploy from Naval Stations Norfolk and Mayport, Fla., March 9, 11 and 12, to support operations with the U.S. Navys 5th and 6th Fleets.
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