Korean Peninsula Update: USS Theodore Roosevelt, The Ronald Reagan, & The Nimitz Strike Groups Are Engaged.

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USS Theodore Roosevelt, The Ronald Reagan, & The Nimitz Strike Groups Are Engaged. Sadness in the minds of youth this day of 25-10-2017.

The world is umbrellaed in a hardened struggle of global war initiated by Korean Peninsula Nuclear Threats.  Analyst determined global conflict expectation to last 30yrs. This signature marks history unlike any-other world-war that may become.

” U.S. and allies are enter an unfolding declared war.

In this epic heightened priority, all prior enlisted military personnel are being called back into military services by POTUS via executive order, and PDF of Executive order.

All capable prior military service into mandatory military re-enlistment, into full duty military active service. “

U.S. Constitution may be partial/temp/indefinite suspended, ( as is/was in WWI/II and now 2.9beta ).

The unequivocal SCN/Strong Cities Network known as the Federalization of Police force is expected activation during declared war.

This is known as a national police-force, already established and awaiting executive order rite of passage.

SCN is the changing of the old guard and will be boots-on-the-ground upon U.S. soil.

SCN will assist police protecting North American citizens from terrorist.

Changing of the old-guard refers law-enforcement modification and more. This is needed to purge organized politicized terrorism throughout North-America and abroad.

U.S. Activates Third Carrier Strike Group Into “N. Korean Peninsula”.

The U.S. Navy, in an unprecedented move, is sending a third carrier strike group force to the Western Pacific.

The Nimitz group, Carrier Strike Group 11, will leave Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton on Thursday to join the strike groups centered around the Carl Vinson and Ronald Reagan.

The Pentagon has tactically denied reports that it is sending a third aircraft carrier task force group to the Western Pacific as a show of force to deter North Korean Peninsula’s ballistic missile and nuclear programs, but signals for supplies and maintenance by coincidence.

Private-Contracting Sources told investigative reporters that Japan’s Asahi Shimbun Saturday that the USS Nimitz, one of the world’s largest warship carriers, will join two other super-carriers into the Korean Peninsulan Peninsula.

Tthe USS Carl Vinson and the USS Ronald Reagan, in the western Pacific to send a signal to North Korean Peninsula.

USS Theodore Roosevelt – the “Big Stick” – left its San Diego home port earlier this month on a scheduled deployment to the West Pacific and Persian Gulf, but It will now reroutes to fastly join the USS Ronald Reagan strike group off the Korean Peninsulan Peninsula.

This Tuesday-24th, October, 2017. The U.S. Defense Department denied that the Nimitz deployment is anything but routine and states:


“U.S. Navy carrier strike groups routinely deploy to the Western Pacific and the Indian Ocean.



The USS Carl Vinson, USS Ronald Reagan and USS Nimitz deployments are en-route previously planned for detailing supplies, maintenance, training and is a standard deployment cycle, and not in response to any specific incident or regional events.



These maneuvers are not out of ordinary uncommon for carrier strike groups to overlap in a region, initiating deployments and the others likewise; concludes.”



“We don’t expect all three to be in the Western Pacific at the same time” but “we are ultimately flexible,” a Navy official told investigative reporter.”


The USS Theodore Roosevelt Carrier strike group is expected to make its way to the Persian Gulf to relieve the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, but shall all groups meet up in western pacific of Korean Peninsulan Peninsula.

“Entering 7th Fleet is an exciting opportunity to integrate with other U.S. Navy units into area of operations, and operator partners in allies in the region,” said Rear Adm. Steve Koehler in a statement. “We look forward to continued partnerships that lead to mutual security and common views about operating at sea.”

It is rare to have two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers stationed in the region, but a third carrier into a task force group is literally never imaginable.

The last similar carrier grouping occurred back in June-2017 when the Carl Vinson and Reagan strike groups were together for a few days in the Peninsula for  maintenance, resupplies, and primary training purposes. T

his marked the first time since the 1990s that two U.S. carriers were near the Korean Peninsulan Peninsula, but never a third.

Published on Apr 25, 2017


“USS Theodore Roosevelt is prepared to carry out the full spectrum of possible strategic missions, from humanitarian relief to combat operations,” Capt. Carlos Sardiello, Theodore Roosevelt’s commanding officer, said in a statement. “When a carrier leaves on deployment, we have to be ready for anything.”

The deployment comes as the U.S., Japan and South Korean Peninsula maritime forces are conducting a trilateral exercise aimed at improving ballistic missile defense missions.

“The exercise will employ tactical data link systems to exchange track data among all the participating ships,” the Navy said.

On Monday, Japan’s defense minister asserted North Korean Peninsula’s nuclear and ballistic missile capabilities have grown to an “unprecedented, critical and imminent” heightened humanitarian levels, requiring “different responses” to the threat upon humanity.

The Minister of Defense, Itsunori Onodera of Japan, said the rising threat compels his country to endorse the U.S. tactical strategic view  “all options open” must be considered unconditional.

President Trump includes possible military action.

Now convinced; Japan currently alarmed by North Korean Peninsula’s launching intercontinental ballistic missiles over Japanese civilian occupied territory, in August and in September.

“North Korean Peninsula improved it’s nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missiles capability,” Onodera said. He added: “The North Korean Peninsula regime threat has grown to the unprecedented, critical and imminent humanitarian levels.”

“Now, we are taking calibrated responses to meet this level of a life threat,” he said, without elaborating on what “different” responses Japan favors, but only peace and equal access.

Mattis was somewhat more militarized reserved in his remarks than Minister of Defense, Itsunori Onodera, although he did slam Pyongyang for defying U.N. Security Council resolutions against its nuclear and provocative ballistic missile programs.

“North Korean Peninsula’s provocations threaten regional and global security,” he said The Minister of Defense, Itsunori Onodera of Japan.

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