Exclusive: USS Detroit Retreats from Venezuela Coast After Sukhoi “Hello”


Secretary of Defense Mike Esper with “floating fatman” Pompeo ordered the USS Detroit, a “litteral” or “coast” patrol ship to enter Venezuelan waters in support of regime change operations.

The Detroit was met with a flyby that included Russian built SU 30 aircraft armed with anti-ship missiles.

The US currently has no aircraft that can go head to head with a Sukhoi SU 30.


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  1. USS Detroit, at least the latest version, looks more like a Coast Guard vessel. Wouldn’t want to be stuck on that transiting the Atlantic or Pacific in high seas.

    • The Coast Guard goes out in every weather; high seas be damned. Their real motto is You have to go out… You don’t have to come back. Coasties are damn fine sailors.

  2. HMS Sheffield was struck by single Exocet missile during the Falklands War, May 1982 and sank, 20 sailors killed.
    USS Stark was struck by two Exocet missiles during the Iraq-Iran war, killing 37 sailors. The Stark was “protected” by the pricey, General Dynamics PHALANX defense system.
    Do not expect the WAR TOY industry claims on any offensive or defensive capability.

    • lately Americans seem to be thinking that War will be a cakewalk they forget that Americans can only start a new War and then Americans will not be incharge of the Following outcomes ……. these Who don’t know crap are coming up with the worst ideas

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