This is the newest update of the ‘U.S. Carrier Strike Groups Locations Map’ exclusive series showing the approximate locations of U.S. Carrier Strike Groups. SouthFront: Analysis & Intelligence tracks locations of U.S. aircraft carriers using the available open-source information. No classified information was used in production of the map.
Carrier strike group (CSG) is an operational formation of the United States Navy. It is centered on an aircraft carrier and a carrier air wing of 65 to 70 aircrafts. It’s composed of roughly 7,500 personnel, an aircraft carrier, at least one cruiser, a destroyer squadron of at least two destroyers and/or frigates. A carrier strike group also, on occasion, includes submarines, attached logistics ships and a supply ship. Carrier strike groups comprise a principal element of U.S. power projection over the world’s oceans
Europe is fucked-up beyond believe by yanks.
Where are the location of Russia’s? Oh wait…
So the Russians tested and created the undersea nuclear drone which can hit American cities on the coastline
The Americans are testing a nuclear device flying above the stratosphere which can be deployed like a glider to hit Russian cities.
However non of the space drones will reach their target because the S500 is able to see it and take it out before re-entry into the atmosphere.
I hope the slugs in MI6 do not complete the project giving Ukraine radioactive materials to contaminate the Russia dam. This will be a problem long after the cocaine addict running Ukraine is no more.
Idiots are running the intelligence agencies of Western countries. This is because they select their agents based on how pretty or good looking the recruit is. Imagine selecting surgeons based on looks.
The best surgeons don’t usually look pretty or handsome. This is why they have time to study and become good.
This is why the CIA and the rest of the useless intelligence agencies in the West have had failure after failure. They are morons.
The only good AI6 is a **** one.
“The only good MI6 is a **a* one.” An old Native American saying.