HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince Of Wales already obsolete. £7 billion for nothing.

MORE ON THE BEAR – S.E.I.G. Agent MARCONI informs us:

Good Afternoon Harry,

This just in from one of our England based monitors. Source: Russian HF intercepts and Russian Newsfeed:

Regards, MARCONI

Intercepts and Tass News Release:

Likely to be the joint drills in Tajikistan, March 27-30?

MOSCOW, March 28. /TASS/. Russian Tu-22M3 long-range bombers and Tu-95MS strategic missile carriers will take

part in joint Russian-Tajik drills on March 27-30, the Russian defense ministry said on Tuesday.

Russian, Tajik troops hold joint anti-terror drills in Asia

“Crews of Tu-22M3 long-range bombers and Tu-95MS strategic missile carriers will take part in the practical part of the

joint Russian-Tajik exercises that will be held in Tajikistan,” the ministry said. The Russian warplanes will perform long-
hour flights to drop bombs and make simulated missile launchers at unfamiliar testing grounds in Kharbmaidon, Momirak

and Moskovsky in Tajikistan, the ministry said. Apart from that, according to the ministry, special parachute systems

Arbalet will be used to perform airdrop drop missions from Il-76 planes. The Joint drills will be held on March 27-30.


Already obsolete?

***** IRON COFFINS! – We have just been contacted by a person who has a lot of prints, artifacts

etc. from the estate of HERBERT WERNER, Member #18 and they are planning to sell it. This

included the original manuscript for his outstanding book “Iron Coffins”. We have no further

information than this but if more comes available, we will report it.

BIRD FARMS SITTING DUCKS – According to information from Dr. EDUARDO GERDING,

Member #6895 the Royal Navy’s new QUEEN ELIZABETH class aircraft carriers have no defense

against the hypersonic Russian ‘Zircon’ missile that can cruise at Mach 5 or Mach 6! The Royal Navy

claims it can defeat incoming missiles that cruise up to 2,300 mph with its Sea Ceptor anti-missile

missile but that is only about Mach 3. Mach 6 for instance, is about 4,500 mph. It is quite possible

that HMS QUEEN ELIBETH and HMS PRINCE OF WALES are already obsolete and they are not

expected to be operational until 2020… a cost of some 7 Billion Pounds Sterling. Remember, they

are already 1% to 2% over budget at present.

NAVY PROBLEMS IN OZ – We are advised by S.E.I.G. Agent WIZARD that Australia’s two

largest ships HMAS CANBERRA and HMAS ADELAIDE are lying dockside at Sydney’s Garden

Naval Base. The official word from the Australian Navy is that there is no problem but engineers are

working to repair a propulsion problem on HMAS CANBERRA while HMAS ADELAIDE is being

looked at to be sure similar problems are not affecting her. The head of the Australian Navy stated

that their capabilities are not at all diminished. Aren’t they supposed to say that?

WIZARD adds that to keep face, they are sending an old ship with a helicopter to Queensland to

assist with the typhoon relief.

According to Lt.Cdr EDUARD GERDING, Member #6895, China is

increasing the size of their Marine Corps by 500%! They will grow from 20,000 currently to 100,000.

This is meant to protect China’s ever increasing reach across oceans and elsewhere. Plans

are for some of their Marines to be stationed in Djibouti on the horn of Africa as well as Gwadar in

southwest Pakistan. This expansion is part of a wider push to reduce the world’s largest army away

from merely winning a land war based on overpowering an enemy with sheer force of numbers

towards meeting a range of security scenarios using highly specialized units. The People’s Liberation

Army or PLA is being reduced by nearly 300,000, mostly cutting land forces. They are now building a

new generation of large amphibious assault vessels to strengthen the Navy’s ability to project power

overseas. All you need is 100,000 Marines and a helicopter assault ship to be a global power and to

project land power ashore whenever you need to. Keep that in mind next time you buy something

that says “Made in China” on the box. The 075 Landing Helicopter Dock is now under construction by

a Shanghai shipbuilding company. They are 40,000 tons, 250 meters long, 30 meter beam, 81⁄2

meters draft, has four deck elevators and carries at least thirty armed helicopters and a lot of Marines.

Taiwan cannot be pleased to learn this………


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