President Joe Biden’s decision to deploy more US Marines troops and warships to the Persian Gulf is a strategic move to counter Iran’s Military destabilizing activities.
In a strategic decision reminiscent of former president Ronald Reagan’s reflagging operation in the Persian Gulf
The Biden administration is sending Marines troops and warships to the Persian Gulf and taking direct operation on Iran’s aggressive tactics against oil tankers.
With oil tankers under US Navy defense, the US message to the Iranian regime couldn’t be more evident: the era of unrestrained maritime aggression is over, and the US Military is ready to counter the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps’ destabilizing activities.
The regime may attempt to complete the US government into changing course through limited strategies, but President Joe Biden should stand firm with the decision and respond decisively.
Washington’s strategic shift in the Persian Gulf caught the Iranian regime by surprise
President Joe Biden’s reinforcement plan involves dispatching 3,000 US Marines in the Persian Gulf and sailors on both the amphibious attacks USS Bataan and the USS Carter Hall, a landing ship.
President Joe Biden’s plan would probably entail reflagging the tankers in the Persian Gulf, meaning that oil tankers would fly the US flag, using the US Navy’s protective service.