Six Commercial Vessels in Gulf of Oman Lose Control of Steering; Possible Cyber Attack on Ships’ Wheels; Brit Vessel Hijacked by Iranian Revolutionary Guards; War Draws Nearer.

Iran, UAE to hold maritime security talks
Iranian Revolutionary Guards use small, attack vessels to harass shipping in the Persian Gulf, Persian Straits, and Gulf of Oman.

THE GATEWAY PUNDIT: Reports out of Israel indicate that at least six ships have lost control and another British ship might be have been hijacked in or near the Gulf of Oman. The six vessels announced via their Automatic Identification System trackers that they were “not under command,” according to MarineTraffic.com. That typically means a vessel has lost power and can no longer steer.

Blog Editor Patrick Cloutier is the author of Mussolini’s War in the East 1941-1943.

Mussolini's War in the East 1941-1943.: The CSIR and ARMIR on the Russian Front.

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