Why did the Eisenhower aircraft carrier reach the Arabian Gulf?
US Central Command confirmed that the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group had completed its crossing of the Strait of Hormuz and entered the waters of the Arabian Gulf. She explained that the aircraft carrier Eisenhower would patrol the Gulf to ensure freedom of navigation in international waterways and support the requirements of the US Central Command throughout the region.
Experts in regional security affairs believe that the carrier’s arrival is more distant than current developments.
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