The diplomatic situation in the Persian Gulf has recently become very difficult. The Iranian government has made it known that it will not tolerate acts of force on the part of the United States and declares its readiness to reject any kind of military action that is not agreed upon. Meanwhile, some terrorist paramilitary cells are conquering much of the territory north of the Strait of Hormuz. Occupying several towns, they commit killings and subdue the local population with violence. NATO has decided to intervene as soon as possible to farm these armed groups, deploying military troops on the territory in order to counter the advance of the terrorists. The tension is very high, the aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt is sailing in the Gulf waters to intervene by providing support for air raids.