USS Eisenhower Left 12/26/16 and USS Bush Won't Arrive for TWO MONTHS - unusual gap
WASHINGTON — The Dwight D. Eisenhower carrier strike group chopped out of the European theater of operations Dec. 26, 2016 heading home to Norfolk after months of operating in the Persian/Arabian Gulf and the Mediterranean, where the strike jets of Carrier Air Wing 3 flew hundreds of missions against Islamic State [ISIS] targets in Syria and Iraq.
US carrier groups regularly relieve each other in theater, often handing off duties within sight of the other in the Arabian Gulf or Arabian Sea. But this time, no carrier is in the Eisenhower’s wake. The relief ship, the carrier George H. W. Bush, has yet to leave Norfolk, and it's unlikely to do so before the Jan. 20, 2017 presidential inauguration of Donald Trump.
The gap could last as long as two months between the time the Eisenhower left the combat theater and the Bush arrives. [What dirty plans can the enemy cook up during this 'cease fire'?? The enemy is IN the Tent!]
It is not clear why Fleet Forces did not have a training plan in hand even before the USS Bush returned to the fleet. Navy officials expect another month to go by before the Bush deploys. More here:
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