US Navy Destroyer En Route to Oman Gulf in Wake of Oil Tankers Attacks - CENTCOM | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

US Navy Destroyer En Route to Oman Gulf in Wake of Oil Tankers Attacks - CENTCOM

US Central Command said that US military is ready to defend US interests including freedom of navigation, noting that Washington has no interest in engaging in a new conflict in the Middle East.

US Central Command said that US Navy destroyer USS Mason is en route to Gulf of Oman to provide assistance after attacks on oil tankers.

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They will be.....

Ethan Allen and...

sitting ducks for the Israeli Air Independent propulsion subs and their anti-shipping missiles ie Harpoon.

What makes the Rehav and its predecessor the Tanin so capable and dangerous to its foes is that it uses Air-Independent Propulsion (AIP) to stay submerged for weeks at a time. This opens up an operations envelope that was long only accessible to much more complex and expensive nuclear-powered submarines. Not only that, but the Dolphin 2 class’s version of AIP propulsion uses fuel cell technology, which is extremely quiet even by AIP submarine standards.
https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/israels-newest-and-most-advanced-sub...

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