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IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.

 
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IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.
The U.S. military had a multitude of forces in the region surrounding Libya when terrorists attacked the Special Mission in Benghazi and murdered four Americans, according to an unclassified Navy map obtained by Judicial Watch this week.

The map features the Navy fleet positions in the North Africa Area of Responsibility (AOR) on September 11, 2012, the day Islamic jihadists raided the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi. Ambassador Christopher Stevens, the first diplomat to be killed overseas in decades, and three other Americans were murdered in the violent ambush.

Dozens of vessels were stationed in the region on that day, including two aircraft carriers (Dwight D. Eisenhower and Enterprise), four amphibious ships, 13 destroyers, three cruisers and more than a dozen other smaller Navy boats as well as a command ship. Carriers are warships, the powerhouse of the naval fleet with a full-length flight deck for aircraft operations. During the Benghazi attack, two carriers were based to the east in the Arabian Sea, the Navy map shows.

Two amphibious assault ships (Iwo Jima and Gunston Hill) were situated to the east in the Gulf of Oman and one (New York) was in the Gulf of Aden, the map shows. A fourth (Fort McHenry) was located on the west side of the African continent in the Atlantic Ocean. Amphibious ships resemble small aircraft carriers and have air-craft strips for vertical and short take-offs and landings. The destroyers are scattered throughout the region, but the closest appear to be four (Cole, Forrest Sherman, Jason Dunham and Aboon) in the Mediterranean Sea north of Libya. The rest of the fleet includes cruisers, minesweepers, patrols and a command ship.

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Re: IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.
Honestly, it doesn't look like a naval response was really possible using the listed assets. They MIGHT have had a chopper or two on the Laboon up there near Crete, but even they wouldn't have made the flight.

Figure they would have had to go fixed wing to get any quick response assets into place if this is an accurate representation.
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Re: IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.
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Re: IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.
Alright... Last bump then ima let it die.
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Re: IMPORTANT: Map/List of regional US naval assets on day of Benghazi attack released.
Fuck it. One more time.

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