Saturday, June 17, 2017

USS FITZGERALD -- ACX CRYSTAL-- High Seas Collision..!!--3D Simulated Imagery--ATTN USN BOARD OF REVIEW

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE--

(LX410 Danang)-- Following latest imagery of the high seas collision off SW coast Japan involving a US Navy destroyer and a Philippine flagged container ship--






CARGO SHIP COURSE PLOT FOLLOWING COLLISION--

https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/centerx:139.4/centery:35.2/zoom:9








HYPOTHESIS 001)--Indications from angle of collision are that Navy vessel attempted to cut across the path of the cargo ship as damage to the destroyer is midship, broadside, starboard.

The container vessel damage is on the port bow. It also appears that, from early data gathered from Marine Traffic, which monitors the locations and courses of commercial vessels, the ACX Crystal was in a designated shipping lane.

The injured Captain of the destroyer was immediately airlifted from the crippled vessel and sequestered away, probably for debriefing and preventing the long arm of the media to interfere or draw speculation as to what happened....

HYPOTHESIS 002)-- The cargo ship deliberately rammed the destroyer.

FWD DATA USN ACCIDENT REVIEW BOARD---CONTINUANCE--





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