Now Reading
This U.S. Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol, Crimea hints at how the U.S. military coveted controlling the historic Russian Peninsula

This U.S. Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol, Crimea hints at how the U.S. military coveted controlling the historic Russian Peninsula

The United States Department of the Navy had a tender in place to begin performing work in Sevastopol, Crimea. The Russian Navy would not have been happy about having a U.S. Navy presence in its most important warm water port.

And we are to believe, that after the U.S. lead coup in Kiev, Crimea would not have fallen under American military (and U.S. nuclear weapons) control?

Here are the tender details:

Renovation of Sevastopol School #5, Ukraine
Solicitation Number: N33191-13-R-1240
Agency: Department of the Navy
Office: Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Location: NAVFAC Europe and Southwest Asia

You can find the full tender online at the official U.S. government site.

https://www.fbo.gov/?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=2bb691b61c59be3a68180bd8c614a0cb&tab=core&_cview=1

Below are the relevant screenshots of the work that was to be carried out in Sevastopol. I imagine the work would begin once the new junta government in Ukraine, and their U.S. backers, kicked out the Russian Navy Fleet stationed in the city.

Screen Shot 2014-11-02 at 6.24.02 PM

 

The synopsis of the work to be done calls for the design and construction for the renovation of Sevastopol School #5, Ukraine. Allowing U.S. Navy work to be carried out in Crimea is probably a non-starter for the Russian Federation, and is a signal that U.S. military muscle was looking at setting up shop in what s one of Russia’s most important strategic and historic cities.

Screen Shot 2014-11-02 at 6.24.15 PM

 

See Also

The paperwork and PDF downloads for companies interested in working on the project in Crimea include quite a lot of paperwork, all in English. Local contractors were probably ruled out from the get go.

Screen Shot 2014-11-02 at 6.24.28 PM

 

Finally the contact person, address and place of performance as indicated belwo. The country code is an Italian phone line. The location, however, needs to be amended…Sevastopol, Ukraine, Russia. That’s better.

Screen Shot 2014-11-02 at 6.24.35 PM

 

Liked it? Take a second to support The Duran on Patreon!

40
Leave a Reply

avatar
40 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
31 Comment authors
aufildelookrstaedovernjtauruspeters_sergejkostigoff Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
ilyushin76
Guest

the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

FacedBook2
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

irico_harmony
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

71johnny
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

LibertySlap
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

DrPavelSlavenko
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

VALASTA
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

natashkazimina
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

defren59
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

Ireland_4Ever
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

EnaLolena
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

hja2011
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

leaks_nsu
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

Malinka1102
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

falluja05
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

BarbaraKube
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

VeraDubs
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

gengh60
Guest

RT @ilyushin76: the US had big plans for Crimea but Putin ruined it

aufildeloo
Guest

US Navy tender for work in #Sevastopol hints at US plan to control #Crimea

http://t.co/MM64fGr88c

http://t.co/wKXhHTEb7B

via @rixstep

krstae
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

dovernjtaurus
Guest
peters_sergej
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

kostigoff
Guest

RT @aufildeloo: US Navy tender for work in #Sevastopol hints at US plan to control #Crimea

http://t.co/MM64fGr88c

http://t.co/wKXhHTEb7B…

care4_eu
Guest

Interesting: How Crimea came into/ under more Russian influence. Via @redpilltimes http://t.co/O4uh3frwEQ #Politics #Games

MisterUnnamed
Guest

RT @aufildeloo: US Navy tender for work in #Sevastopol hints at US plan to control #Crimea

http://t.co/MM64fGr88c

http://t.co/wKXhHTEb7B…

MCal27
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

FacedBook2
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

nat_valen
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

iPrivate404
Guest

“@care4_eu: Interesting: How Crimea came into/ under more Russian influence. Via @redpilltimes http://t.co/mlxxslvn3D #Politics #Games”

BeaMagnan
Guest

RT @aufildeloo: US Navy tender for work in #Sevastopol hints at US plan to control #Crimea

http://t.co/MM64fGr88c

http://t.co/wKXhHTEb7B…

JonMannclan01
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

steve_henley
Guest

RT @rixstep: This US Navy tender for construction work in Sevastopol hints at how they coveted control of #Crimea
http://t.co/SvllYm8AB0

care4_eu
Guest

“Interesting: How Crimea came into/ under more Russian influence. Via @redpilltimes http://t.co/O4uh3frwEQ #Politics “” #nieuwsuur #mh17

trackback

[…] To make his point against Russia, Timothy Frye doesn’t shy away from spreading blunt disinformation. He doesn’t let the facts interfere with his propaganda. He writes: “While Russia will be able to expand its military presence in Crimea after annexation, these facilities were never under serious threat in the first place.” What about the State Department Procurement office 2013 tenders for building the US NAVY base in Sevastopol, Crimea? [Source] […]

trackback

ccn2785xdnwdc5bwedsj4wsndb

[…]Sites of interest we have a link to[…]

trackback

c5e7nstcc78e4x5cn7w4567465

[…]very handful of internet websites that come about to become detailed beneath, from our point of view are undoubtedly properly really worth checking out[…]

trackback

Title

[…]just beneath, are quite a few totally not associated websites to ours, nonetheless, they’re certainly worth going over[…]

trackback

Title

[…]Here are a few of the web sites we suggest for our visitors[…]

trackback

Title

[…]one of our visitors not long ago proposed the following website[…]

trackback

Title

[…]Wonderful story, reckoned we could combine several unrelated data, nonetheless really really worth taking a look, whoa did one particular understand about Mid East has got much more problerms also […]

Copyright DRN Media PLC 2019. RSS: http://theduran.com/feed