Breaking – Ship on fire – near Georgia

September 8, 2019

Why are all these boats catching fire and sinking? Couldn’t be to cover up some drug running.

Massive cargo ship capsizes and catches fire near Georgia, Coast Guard search for crew

Four crew members of the Golden Ray, on its side in St. Simon Sound off the coast of Brunswick, Georgia, were still unaccounted for.
By Kalhan Rosenblatt

The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for four missing crew members of a cargo ship that capsized and caught fire early Sunday morning near Brunswick, Georgia.

Image: A cargo ship overturned near Brunswick, Ga., on Sept. 8, 2019.
A cargo ship overturned near Brunswick, Ga., on Sept. 8, 2019.U.S. Coast Guard

At approximately 2 a.m. ET, Coast Guard Sector Charleston was alerted that motor vessel Golden Ray had capsized in St. Simons Sound, a bay in Brunswick, according to a press release from the Coast Guard.

Multiple Coast Guard resources were deployed to the scene, and 20 people were safely removed, the press release stated. Four remained missing as of 11 a.m. ET.

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The ship, which the Coast Guard described as “on fire” and could be seen in photos generating smoke, has a crew of 24 people — 23 crew members and one pilot. The Golden Ray is 656-feet-long and 106-feet-wide.

During a press conference Sunday afternoon, officials said rescue efforts underway, but it was determined going inside the ship to rescue the remaining four people was too risky. Authorities said they would resume their attempts to enter the ship and search for the four missing people once the vessel was stabilized.

Several local agencies were assisting the Coast Guard in its search for the missing crew members, including the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Moran Towing, SeaTow, Brunswick Bar Pilots Association, and the Glynn County Fire Department.

 

“We greatly appreciate the immediate response of the US Coast Guard, who are leading the search and rescue,” Griffith V. Lynch, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority, said.

The ship had just departed Colonels Island Terminal when it capsized.

Image: A cargo ship overturned near Brunswick, Ga., on Sept. 8, 2019.
A cargo ship overturned near Brunswick, Ga., on Sept. 8, 2019.WTLV

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Bolton says Iran will attack and the next day they do? – Iran torpedoes 2 ships with Abe sitting there-USNavy rescues 44- Does that make sense or is it a false flag?

June 13, 2019

It doesn’t make sense that Iran would START a war with Abe sitting with the Iranians.

Does Bolton have something to do with this.

Breaking: “Iran Torpedos 2 Japan Oil Tankers In Strait of Hormuz” 44 Rescued By USA

 

 

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SHIP QUARANTINED AFTER ‘OUTBREAK’

May 4, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Navy – Capt. Owen Honors, USS Enterprise, a scandal of comedic proportions. The UCMJ is violated by open sodomy and this guy is punished for the comedy in it?

January 4, 2011

 

The military has rules.  Those rules are UCMJ.

The UCMJ has been thrown out with the HOMOSEXUALS serving openly.  There are laws against sodomy in the “family” of the military.

If your going to throw away laws that protect the moral fiber of people, then THIS is exactly what is expected.  Actually – worse.  Yes, worse is what should be expected.

The military used to be a place that a mother knew that if her kid went to, that the kid would be entering a situation that would bring honor to the family and unto themselves.

When dignity and honor are violated, due to the policies from the TOP down.  The dignity and honor of the individuals serving under that banner having been discarded.

These are highly stressed situations.  I would appreciate the civilian population that thinks that these social experiments are ok, to spend just 1 month in that situation.

This highly moral country and superior defense are no more.  The last bastion of perversion is coming to completion.

Even the children are not exempt from perversion by the likes of Kevin Jennings.

This guy was trying to make the majority of his troops laugh under high non – combat stress.  You try being on a ship for months on end.  It’s highly stressful.  The majority of people are not gay.  The comedy is adult.  There are no children on a ship

Navy investigates captain behind series of raunchy videos onboard USS Enterprise

 

Capt. Owen Honors, 49, became the carrier Enterprise's commanding officer in May.

Capt. Owen Honors, 49, became the carrier Enterprise's commanding officer in May.

A series of raunchy comedy videos made by a top officer on the USS Enterprise is focusing worldwide attention on a growing scandal.

The man who made the videos is now the ship’s captain and the Navy is investigating him as his ship prepares to deploy.

It’s clear the man behind the videos, then Executive Officer Owen Honors, spent a lot of time with a video crew creating the weekly and racy comedy clips that aired during deployments.

 

 

 

 

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Years after he recorded the final of what he called, “XO Movie Night,” someone leaked an episode to the Virginian-Pilot newspaper. The newspaper posted the video this weekend, and hundreds of media outlets across the world copied it.

In the leaked episode, Honors acknowledges the videos are offensive and that some people have complained, yet he brushes off the concerns.

A clip from one of the videos states: “Why don’t you just go ahead and hug yourselves for the next 20 minutes or so. Because there is a really good chance you’re going to be offended tonight.”

The video was made by a senior officer in his mid 40s, yet focused on the same kinds of subjects found in bawdy teen flicks.

In one scene, the officer pretended to expose his genitals.

In other scenes, sailors repeatedly pretended to masturbate.

The script regularly mocks gay sailors. But at the same time, Honors declares he revels in showing women showering together.

Another clip from a video states: “Finally, let’s get to my favorite topic, and something foreign to the gay kid over there: chicks in the shower. This is certainly the most popular video of any of the XO movie videos. It’s also the one that has landed me with the most complaints.”

In another scene, Honors himself pretends to give a sailor a proctology exam. Another scene shows another sailor preparing to insert something into a shipmate.

And even as the Navy investigates, Honors’ supporters have taken to the internet to defend him, saying his movies boosted spirits on the ship. On NewsChannel 3’s Facebook page, supporters outnumbered those who questioned the officer’s judgment.

The Navy has not said how their investigation into Honors, now the captain of the Enterprise, will affect the ship’s deployment this month.

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update – North Korean ship sinks South Korean ship.

June 10, 2010

At least some countries still try to hold their people accountable for these breaches in internal security.

South Korea is beholden to the US and the politics in that area are a tangled web.

"what tangled webs we weave when we practice to deceive"

"what tangled webs we weave when we practice to deceive"

original story: https://txlady706.wordpress.com/2010/05/20/north-korean-sinks-south-korean-ship/

South Korea urged to shake up military over Cheonan:

Some military leaders are alleged to have been slow to report the incident

Some military leaders are alleged to have been slow to report the incident

South Korea’s government has been advised to punish military leaders over alleged failings connected to the sinking of the Cheonan.

State auditors said 25 people should face disciplinary action for hiding or distorting details of the attack on the ship.

The Cheonan sank on 26 March, killing 46 sailors. International investigators say a North Korean torpedo sank it.

Seoul has formally referred the issue to the UN Security Council for debate.

South Korea’s Board of Audit and Inspection (BAI) said there had been several key errors by the military, including the failure to take precautionary steps following reports of North Korean submarine activity in the days before the attack.

Then once the attack had happened, there was a delay in informing some top officials, while military figures “hid or distorted some facts in its initial reports”.

The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, two civilian ministry officials and 22 other senior officers are criticised in the report.

An unnamed defence agency official told Yonhap news agency that the Cheonan attack had “revealed a huge hole in terms of national security”.

“A large-scale punitive shake-up is unavoidable to restore people’s trust in the military,” the unnamed official said.

News of the potential shake-up comes a day after it emerged that North Korea had sent a letter to the president of the UN Security Council, denying any responsibility for the attack and urging the council to help Pyongyang conduct its own investigation into the incident.

South Korea has rejected the North’s request to send its own investigators.

The warship row has left inter-Korean relations highly tense. Seoul has suspended inter-Korean trade and Pyongyang responded by cutting all ties.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/world/asia_pacific/10283021.stm

China rebuffs US criticism on NKorea

http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jzzULJt2ZiW2IZR3KKuViEpbOAlQD9G8B9S00


North Korean sinks South Korean ship

May 20, 2010

US silence – Over North Korean Torpedoing Of Gulf Of Mexico Oil Rig and the “Immediate Stand-down” after the South Korean torpedoing

Blaming North Korea, South offers detailed account of how torpedo sank Cheonan

South Korea laid out a detailed account of how a torpedo sank the Cheonan, a South Korean Navy vessel. The South has blamed North Korea for the attack that killed 46 sailors

South Korean Navy Rear Adm. Park Jung-soo speaks in Pyeongtaek, south of Seoul, Wednesday in front of the wreckage of the Cheonan warship, which was sunk on March 26 near the maritime border with North Korea. Park Jung-soo/AP

By Donald Kirk, Correspondent / May 20, 2010
Seoul, South Korea
The prolonged investigation into the sinking of the South Korean Navy corvette Cheonan does more than blame North Korea for the attack. It provides graphic details on the construction of a torpedo, how a torpedo works, and what happens when a torpedo is fired and hits its target.

By Donald Kirk, Correspondent / May 20, 2010
Seoul, South KoreaThe prolonged investigation into the sinking of the South Korean Navy corvette Cheonan does more than blame North Korea for the attack. It provides graphic details on the construction of a torpedo, how a torpedo works, and what happens when a torpedo is fired and hits its target.

In the campaign to generate international support for condemnation of North Korea, South Korea’s Defense Ministry meticulously summarized critical information in fairly simple language on the basis of conclusions reached by a Joint Civilian Military Investigation Group that included experts from 10 Korean agencies as well as the United States, Australia, Britain, and Sweden.

Here’s what happened after “a strong underwater explosion generated by the detonation of a homing torpedo below and to the left of the gas turbine room” of the Cheonan made it “split apart and sink,” according to the assessment of the Joint Civilian-Military Investigation group.

First, the “shockwave and bubble effect caused significant upward bending” of the keel of the vessel, “and the shell plate was steeply bent with some parts of the ship fragmented.”

Then, “on the main deck, fracture occurred around the large openings used for maintenance of equipment in the gas turbine room.” The bulkhead of the room “was significantly damaged and deformed.”

At the same time, “the bottoms of the stern and bow sections” were “bent upward” – further evidence of an underwater explosion.

Examined stern for six weeks

The investigation team, over the course of six weeks of examining the smaller stern section of the ship and the larger main portion, “found evidence of extreme pressure on the fin stabilizer,” needed to reduce rolling of the ship, as well as “water pressure and bubble effects on the bottom of the hull.” The fact that wires were cut “with no traces of heat” added to the impression of “a strong shockwave and bubble effect causing the splitting and the sinking of the ship.”

South Korean officials were convinced, after recovery of both portions of the ship, that North Korea was responsible, but the best evidence of a torpedo attack was discovery of the torpedo itself, including the motor with propellers and steering section, last Saturday.

The rusted torpedo, on display in a glass case at the Defense Ministry, was found after weeks of hunting by a commercial dredging ship at a depth of approximately 150 feet. The captain of the dredger said the nets for pulling it up broke a number of times, but “the moment it was above water, we thought instinctively, this is what we are looking for.”

Moreover, said a defense official, “the explosive substances found in the Cheonan and on the propeller were identical.”

The report offers still more precise information. The torpedo parts include “bladed contra-rotating propellers, propulsion motor and a steering section” that “perfectly match the schematics” of a torpedo “included in introductory brochures provided to foreign countries by North Korea for export purposes,” said the summary report.

The torpedo “utilizes acoustic/wake homing and passive acoustic tracking methods,” said the report. “It is a heavyweight torpedo with a diameter of 21 inches, a weight of 1.7 tons and a net explosive weight of up to 250 kilograms.”

It was the sheer force of the blast, not shrapnel or burning, that killed the sailors and broke up the ship, according to analysis attributed in the final report to the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources.

That analysis cited “seismic wave intensity of 1.5 degrees” and two infrasound waves with a 1.1 second interval, enough to tear apart the ship. “The seismic wave and infrasound waves originated from an identical site of explosion,” said the report. “This phenomenon corresponds to a shock wave and bubble effect generated by an underwater explosion.”

The investigators conducted “numerous simulations of an underwater explosion” that showed that a detonation with a net explosive weight between 200 and 300 kilograms had occurred at a depth of between approximately 18 and 27 feet, and nine feet left of the center of the ship’s gas turbine room.

The report categorically ruled out shifting tidal currents, metal fatigue, old mines in the area, collision with another vessel or an explosion inside the ship. These, it said, “played no part in the incident.”


Obama quietly “investigating” the North Korean torpedoing of a South Korean Ship – the media continues to maintain silence

May 18, 2010

Please see this -for the original post and the second one which I think is related.

The media on this continues it’s communist style disinformation propaganda

North Korea sinks a ship and the media has the stupidity to think it’s self implosion

US silence – Over North Korean Torpedoing Of Gulf Of Mexico Oil Rig and the “Immediate Stand-down” after the South Korean torpedoing

Obama calls South Korea’s Lee over ship sinking, Clinton to visit Seoul:

File photo shows a South Korean Navy rescue vessel Gwangyang (back) and a naval patrol ship search for possible survivors and bodies from the sunken naval ship Cheonan, in the waters off Baengnyeongdo, an island near the border with DPRK March 29, 2010. (Xinhua/Reuters File Photo)

WASHINGTON, May 17 (Xinhua) — U.S. President Barack Obama called South Korean President Lee Myung-bak Monday to discuss the progress of the probe into the sinking of a South Korean warship in March.

During their telephone conversation, Lee provided an update on the status of the investigation into the sinking of the Cheonan in which 46 South Korean sailors lost their lives.

He expressed appreciation for U.S. support in the Cheonan rescue and salvage operations, as well as for the participation of U.S. experts in the international inquiry, according to the White House.

The two leaders emphasized the importance of obtaining a full accounting of the event and committed to following the facts of the investigation wherever they lead.

Commissioned in 1989, the Cheonan, a Pohang-class corvette, was on a routine patrol mission before beginning to sink on the maritime border with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) on March 26. Only 58 of a total of 104 crew men were rescued.

The two presidents pledged their utmost efforts to ensure the security of South Korea, and Obama reaffirmed the commitments of the United States.

Obama and Lee reiterated that the DPRK must live up to its commitment to eliminating its nuclear weapons program, comply with its international obligations under relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions, and put an end to “belligerent behavior” toward its neighbors.

Obama also confirmed that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would visit Seoul for consultations next week and that the defense and foreign ministers of the two countries would hold their first-ever “Two plus Two” meeting in July.
Obama and Lee agreed to remain in close touch, and to meet at the time of the G-20 meeting in Canada in June, according to the White House.
Related:
S. Korea confirms detection of explosive chemical in sunken warship
SEOUL, May 10 (Xinhua) — The South Korean defense ministry said on Monday that it has confirmed the detection of an explosive chemical substance RDX, commonly used in producing torpedoes, from the stack of sunken naval warship “Cheonan” as well as sand collected from the seabed of the explosion site.
“It is true that traces of RDX, an explosive used in the production of torpedoes, have been detected,” the ministry said in a statement.  Full story
Initial investigation shows S Korean warship sinking caused by close-range external explosion
SEOUL, April 25 (Xinhua) — A joint civilian and military investigation team in South Korea said on Sunday there is a high possibility that a “non-contact external explosion”, or “close- range external explosion” led the Navy warship’s sinking last month after an unexplained explosion.
During a televised press briefing held at Seoul’s Ministry of Defense, Yoon Duk-yong, co-head of the investigation team, said the initial inspection of the vessel’s wreckage can lead investigators to exclude the possibility of an internal explosion, an accidental collision with a reef or fatigue fracture.   Full story

Obama also confirmed that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would visit Seoul for consultations next week and that the defense and foreign ministers of the two countries would hold their first-ever “Two plus Two” meeting in July.
Obama and Lee agreed to remain in close touch, and to meet at the time of the G-20 meeting in Canada in June, according to the White House.
Related:
S. Korea confirms detection of explosive chemical in sunken warship
SEOUL, May 10 (Xinhua) –
– The South Korean defense ministry said on Monday that it has confirmed the detection of an explosive chemical substance RDX, commonly used in producing torpedoes, from the stack of sunken naval warship “Cheonan” as well as sand collected from the seabed of the explosion site.
“It is true that traces of RDX, an explosive used in the production of torpedoes, have been detected,” the ministry said in a statement.  Full story


Initial investigation shows S Korean warship sinking caused by close-range external explosion
SEOUL, April 25 (Xinhua) –
– A joint civilian and military investigation team in South Korea said on Sunday there is a high possibility that a “non-contact external explosion”, or “close- range external explosion” led the Navy warship’s sinking last month after an unexplained explosion.
During a televised press briefing held at Seoul’s Ministry of Defense, Yoon Duk-yong, co-head of the investigation team, said the initial inspection of the vessel’s wreckage can lead investigators to exclude the possibility of an internal explosion, an accidental collision with a reef or fatigue fracture.   Full story

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2010-05/18/c_13300785_2.htm


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