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WTI Crude Plunges To $31 Handle As Production Cut Gains Entirely Erased

Denials, Goldman's dismissal, and now Persian Gulf oil producers unsupportive, and Thursday's exuberance is done... You didn't really think it was that easy right? As WSJ reports, Persian Gulf Arab oil producers don't support holding...Show More Summary

Iran Reveals New Radar System During Massive Wargames

The Iranian Navy revealed a new radar system during the second day of the main phase of its war games along the country's Southeastern Makran seashores near the borders of the Persian Gulf on Thursday.

Why Iran's Drone Flight Over An American Supercarrier Isn't A Huge Deal

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The story of how Iran flew a surveillance drone over a U.S. warship in the Persian Gulf has been hot defense news today. But how big of a deal is this, really? Not much of one, and I’ll explain why. Read more...

Great Job, Internet!: Read This: How Whitney Houston made “The Star-Spangled Banner” her own

In 1991, when Whitney Houston agreed to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Super Bowl XXV in Tampa, America had just gone to war in the Persian Gulf and was looking for signs of hope and encouragement. What Houston delivered was a performance that forever altered the way America’s national anthem is performed in public. Show More Summary

(VIDEO) Iranian Subs And Drones Target US Carriers And Obama Does Nothing

Iran has launched a series of provocations and obviously hostile actions against the US Navy in the Persian Gulf. Why does Obama refuse to act? The post (VIDEO) Iranian Subs And Drones Target US Carriers And Obama Does Nothing appeared first on RedState.

Iranian Drone Films Alleged Flight Over US Aircraft Carrier in Persian Gulf

An Iranian drone flew over the US aircraft carrier in the Gulf and made a video of its flight, the Iranian media reported on Friday.

U.S. Navy’s LCS Struggles to Fend Off Swarm Attacks, Tests Show

By Tony Capaccio (Bloomberg) — The U.S. Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship struggled in drills at sea to fend off a swarm of small attacking vessels like the Iranian boats it could encounter in the Persian Gulf, according to the Pentagon’s chief weapons tester. Show More Summary

Carter is very angry at Iranian video of US sailors

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter says Iran’s videotaping of American sailors surrendering aboard their boats in the Persian Gulf earlier this month made him deeply angry. In the video, the 10 Americans were on their knees with their hands on the heads, as Iranian troops took them and their boats into custody. They were released […]

Iran Supreme Leader Praises Hand’s Up Surrender and Capture of US Sailors as ‘God’s Deed’

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei praised the recent capture of ten U.S. sailors in the Persian Gulf... The post Iran Supreme Leader Praises Hand’s Up Surrender and Capture of US Sailors as ‘God’s Deed’ appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

CB-90-class Fast Assault Craft

The recent United States Navy Persian Gulf seizure on the 12th of January, 2016, involved two CB-90-class fast assault craft, known in U.S. service as Riverine Command Boats (RCB) along with their 10 crew members. This article will take a look at the CB-90. The Combat Boat 90 Half (abbreviated as CB-90H; 90 referring to

The US First Invaded Iraq 25 Years Ago - and America's Still Coming to Grips with What a Disaster It Has Been

The peace movement has to keep up the fight of challenging militarism and offering alternatives to war. Last week’s little noticed quarter-century anniversary of the first U.S. war against Iraq, often called the Persian Gulf War, prompted us to reflect on the impact of U.S. Show More Summary

The Americanization of Iran's Fall TV Lineup

The Americanization of Iran's Fall TV Lineup With the lifting of sanctions against Iran, a spokesman for a coalition of U.S media corporations announced, "Now's the time to really bridge that 'Persian Gulf' between Washington and Tehran." Adding:"It's a win-win. Show More Summary

A perfect storm is brewing in the Gulf

Plunging oil prices, political shifts in Saudi Arabia and ongoing conflict in Yemen and Syria all spell further trouble for the Persian Gulf region over he coming year.

Iran’s Low-Cost Barrels Lure Oil Titans

By Rakteem Katakey and Grant Smith (Bloomberg) — Iran’s return to international markets will spur investment in the Persian Gulf nation’s neglected oil fields as companies from Royal Dutch Shell Plc to Total SA hunt for profitable barrels with crude near a 12-year low. Show More Summary

Military releases first account of sailors' Iran detention

In its first official account of Iran's seizure and subsequent release of 10 U.S. sailors in the Persian Gulf, the U.S. military said Monday the only items found missing from their two recovered boats were SIM cards for two satellite phones. But key questions, such as why the sailors had deviated...

U.S. military reveals missing items after sailors' Iran detention

Central Command releases first official account of Iran's seizure and subsequent release of 10 U.S. sailors in the Persian Gulf

It's been 25 years since the start of Operation Desert Storm

The Persian Gulf War was one of the last conflicts between conventional military powers, pitting a US-led coalition against what was then the fourth-largest military on earth. The US began its aerial bombardment on January 17th, 1991,...Show More Summary

That time U.S. servicemen were detained overseas by a hostile power, and America said sorry twice

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In Thursday's Republican debate, a series of presidential candidates made political hay over an episode earlier in the week in which 10 American sailors patrolling in the Persian Gulf had been briefly detained and then released by Iranian authorities. "Tinpot dictators like the mullahs in Iran are taking our Navy ships," growled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. […]

That time U.S. soldiers were detained overseas by a hostile power, and America said sorry twice

3 weeks agoNews : BlogPost

In Thursday's Republican debate, a series of presidential candidates made political hay over an episode earlier in the week in which 10 American sailors patrolling in the Persian Gulf had been briefly detained and then released by Iranian authorities. "Tinpot dictators like the mullahs in Iran are taking our Navy ships," growled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. […]

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