US Aircraft Carrier Harry Truman Is Now In The Mediterranean, Approaching Syria Coast - Full US Naval Map
As we noted, "the Truman is expected to reach the Persian Gulf before the year’s end. The U.S. has been launching air strikes into Iraq and Syria from aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf — at least until last month, when the USS Theodore Roosevelt left the area after an extended deployment. The two-month gap is the first in nearly a decade that the U.S. has had no carrier in the region." Specifically, we emphasized the ETA, to wit "Once again, here is the ETA: Carrier Theodore Roosevelt left 5th Fleet in mid-October, leaving that region without a carrier until the Truman CSG gets there, which should be about six weeks, or just around the New Year" and pointed out just how busy the "parking lot" would be when the US aircraft carrier arrived. According to the Navy Times, whom we cited"
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