Thursday, April 10, 2014

Pentagon Sends Another U.S. Navy Warship Into The Black Sea To Monitor The Ongoing Crisis In Ukraine

The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Donald Cook arrives at Naval Station Rota, Spain, Feb. 11, 2014. Donald Cook is the first of four Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers to be stationed in Rota. U.S. Navy photo by Morgan Over

Second US Navy Destroyer Heads To Black Sea -- RT

Another US military ship is set to be deployed in the Black Sea amid the Ukrainian crisis. The US Navy destroyer Donald Cook will join the USS Truxtun, whose stay in waters bordering Russia was extended to ‘conduct drills’ with Romania and Bulgaria.

“We’ll also send another ship to the Black Sea within a week,” Derek Chollet, the US Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs told the House Armed Services Committee, as he said the Department of Defense sanctioned to prolong USS Truxtun’s stay in the Black Sea “to conduct exercises with Romanian and Bulgarian naval forces,” after it left the region on March 21.

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More News On The Pentagon Sending Another Warship Into The Black Sea To Monitor The Ongoing Crisis In Ukraine

USS Donald Cook Heads for Reassurance Mission in Black Sea -- US Department of Defense
Second US Navy Destroyer to Arrive in Black Sea by Thursday -- RIA Novosti
US destroyer deployed to Black Sea, no port calls planned -- Voice of Russia
USS Donald Cook to enter Black Sea April 10 — source -- ITAR-TASS
U.S. Navy ship to arrive in Black Sea by Thursday -- CNN
US Sends Warship To Black Sea Amid Ukraine Crisis -- Defense News/AFP
Air Force to send more fighters to Poland, USS Cook headed to Black Sea -- Stars and Stripes
OPINION: US Navy Destroyer Sent to Black Sea as Psychological Pressure – Russian Military -- RIA Novosti

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