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US Dispatched its Fourth Submarine to The Persian Gulf

  

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The United States has deployed its fourth submarine in the Persian Gulf region following the deployment of three others near the Bahrain Port: Press TV.

November 03, 2010 (Hamsayeh.Net) - US military on the eve of midterm elections in the country dispatched a fourth nuclear powered and armed submarine to the Persian Gulf near the coast of Bahrain, a small island serving as the biggest US and its allies military base in the region.

According to a Press TV report Wednesday, the USS Abraham Lincoln and French Charles de Gaulle aircraft carriers are also joining other forces including USS Harry Truman and fifty-three smaller vessels in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman. 

Press TV said, there are now a total of thirty combat vessels belonging to US, France and UK stationed in the region. Last year, there were reports of German-built Israeli submarines also heading toward the Persian Gulf.

Heavily oil-dependent US, French and British joint -enterprises view the Persian Gulf as the most vital area to their own interests due to abundant oil and gas resources of the region. Analysts however believe continued US-led military brinkmanship in the strategic Persian Gulf region would lead to unwanted consequences and that eventually could trigger a third world war.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nuclear powered submarines are stationed in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman

 

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