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Will the Third World War Begin in September?


Analysts around the world are beginning to fear we are on the precipice of a third World war, as military maneuvers are taking place around the world, and US and Russian armies are amassing military equipment in potential arenas of military action.

As for the U.S. Army, a large number of tanks and military equipment have arrived in Syria. Near the Russian squadron is the US Sixth Fleet (Mediterranean sea) and the US Fifth fleet (Persian Gulf). In addition, to strengthen the Sixth fleet, the USS Newport News (SSN-750), a Los Angeles-class submarine, which overcame the Gibraltar on August, 30.

There is a second, and equally important, factor to this question. According to the Italian lantidiplomatico media agency, the US army is installing advanced radar systems in the northern regions of Syria, as part of the preparations to create a no-fly zone.

As reported earlier by Iraq BasNews agency, the so-called anti-ISIS coalition led by Washington, has installed several radars on air bases in Ramilan and Kobanê-Ayn al Arab, located, respectively, in the provinces of Hasaka and Aleppo.

"These facilities are necessary for the creation of a no-fly zone that will cover the area from Manbij in Deir Ezzor," explained the agency in Iraq, citing the so-called 'Democratic Forces, the Syrian' (FDS), supported by the United States.

However, the same source said that Washington is trying to create a no-fly zone in Syria to expand the influence of its forces. The source also recognized that the US recently sent a large supply of arms and munitions to strengthen the regions controlled by its allies in Northern Syria.

Recently, a train carrying weaponry and military equipment including at least 15 M270 and M142 (HIMARS) was spotted in a port on the East Coast (Massachusetts).

It's too early to attract any global conclusions in this regard, but according to military experts, at the time of the exacerbations in the situation in Syria in April this year, the United States didn't have any Tactical Operational Missile Complex in the area, which would complicate any military escalation on land. It is most likely these fifteen HIMARS and dozens of other military systems have been sent to Syria. It seems that the United States isnt excluding the possibility of boots on the ground. If on August, 12, MLRS went to the port, then about August, 30, they should have already arrived at the scene. Most likely, they are headed to the province of Idlib, where Turkey is also amassing equipment.

Information about the military fortifications, vehicular movements and plans for a military offensive is unknown to anyone. This remains a secret for generals and armies. we have only the information that accidentally in the form of excerpts gets on the Internet. Our  sources are in the military staff positions, it is impossible to accurately evaluate any future military plans.

Nevertheless, it is known that the aircraft carriers are the disposal of the strongest army of the world, as the same experts say, that is the strike force of the US Navy.

To track the U.S. Carrier Strike Groups (CSGs) and Amphibious Ready Groups (ARGs), there is a special service, which from time to time is updated, although its data for August 30 is extremely doubtful. It allegedly bases itself on available open-source information. No classified or operationally sensitive information is included in this weekly update, the service says.

However, regardless of this source, Internet sources say much more.

At this moment the U.S. Army has 11 aircraft carriers.

The USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), the lead ship of her class of United States Navy aircraft carriers, which replaced the aircraft carriers of the USS Nimitz type, was put into operation this summer, but is currently undergoing revision after sea trials and mounts new equipment. According to the plan, it will last until the summer of next year.

The USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) is also located at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, where it has been since February.

The USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77), is the tenth and final Nimitz-class super carrier of the United States Navy. It is known that since August 24 it stood in Norfolk, preparing for the March to the Atlantic.

The USS Nimitz (CVN-68), a supercarrier of the United States Navy, and the lead ship of her class, according to recent reports is in the area of southern California where the manuevors are taking place.

The USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) is also located in southern California; on August 29 he was in the Port of San Diego.

The USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76), since August, is the South China Sea, where it took place in joint military maneuvers with the Japanese.

The USS George Washington (CVN-73) ,a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier F-35C Lightning II, which was spotted near Cape Point an August 24th.

The USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74), is located in Pacific ocean (August 30).

The USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) and USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) are located in the Atlantic for joint military maneuvers (August 31).

The USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) is located in the Persian Gulf.

Based on the above balance of forces of the US Navy, it seems unlikely that the Pentagon is planning a Third world war in September. Of the 11 aircraft carriers, five are located in port, one of them (USS George Washington (CVN-73) in all probability is heading to port from the Indian Ocean. In other words, the U.S. Army deployed a little less than half of the Carrier strike group, so it is unlikely to plan a military attack in the coming weeks. The Pentagon does not seem to be waiting for a possible attack from the other side, at least in the near future. Although the balance of military forces in Syria says a lot. It is worth noting that Russia has not lagged behind, and it holds massive military exercises in some parts of the country. These exercises take place in the Mediterranean, the Far East and the South of the country.

As big politicians say, none of them will declare war until the other side starts active movements. But according to many historical facts, most often none of the sides declare war in advance, but on the contrary, go on the offensive at the most unexpected moment. In this case, it is rather better to look for a more global agenda, but nonetheless keep military movements in mind.

Author: USA Really