By Scott W. Winchell
June 8, 2012
Editor’s Note: We at GCC are standing by SUA staff,
the original source of this report was from a person who spoke with
service members in theater.
The sources’ story was conveyed as printed, and it was confirmed by military personnel who did not want their names published.
Official statements were not forthcoming and no commentary was added.
SUA and Gold Coast Chronicle made numerous attempts to get official responses, but none were forthcoming
Friday, June 8, 2012 4:40 PM EST – SUA has learned through various sources that an unprovoked attack on the US Navy occurred this morning in the Straits of Hormuz. CVN-65.
The USS Enterprise aircraft carrier and its group were reportedly attacked by no less then 4 sophisticated jets.
Confidential sources within the military have confirmed the attack off of the “Broken Isthmus”
There is no confirmed word on damage or if there are any casualties,
but SUA has learned that this attack may have caused injuries and
possibly one death. We have contacted the military and are awaiting
official response. SUA is reaching out across the land to confirm.
Any sources would be welcomed. As of 5pm, CentCom has neither denied
or confirmed the reports and pledges to update when further information
UPDATE 5:25 EST – US Navy released: From U.S. Fifth
Fleet–USS Enterprise completed a routine, nonthreatening, transit of the
Strait of Hormuz. No date confirmation.
UPDATE 6:30 PM EST – “The Islamic Revolutionary
Guards Corps, which oversees Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile
programs and controls strategic missile units, have had a series of
naval and air maneuvers in the gulf in recent weeks.
These involved the firing of an array of missiles, including
anti-ship weapons, and focused primarily on the Strait of Hormuz.” (This
was published today at noon.)
Click here to read the whole Navy story published at noon today by UPI.
UPDATE 7:30 EST – SUA has been unable to secure
further official military responses to date. Until further information
is available, we stand by our original sources; however we are going to
table the story at this time.
We invite any official contributions pro and con.
For the sake of our troops in the field and our national security, we
hope this was a mis-interpretation of a naval event as reported by
individuals in theater.
Source: Stand Up America US