US-NATO Military Deployment Threatens Iran: US Deploys Fourth Submarine in Persian Gulf
The USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier
The United States has deployed its fourth submarine in the Persian Gulf region following the deployment of three others near the Bahrain Port.
This comes as the USS Abraham Lincoln and French Charles de Gaulle aircraft carriers are heading toward the region.
The United States maintains twenty combat vessels, namely the USS Harry Truman aircraft carrier, as well as fifty-three logistical vessels, in the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman.
A total of thirty combat vessels are currently deployed in the region, including those belonging to Britain and France.
The USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier with 5,000 crew members, including sailors and pilots, has entered the territory of the US Fifth Fleet.
Abraham Lincoln is accompanied by USS Cape St. George and battlecruisers as well as four destroyers.
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