For those who served in the RVAH Community, their families, and friends!
Seems to me we have a huge dilemma in this country . . .
But I think our de-Commissioned carriers can come to the rescue.
We know a fully operational carrier will hold 4000- 5500 sailors. Hold all the food and water they need. Heck, they even have TV and Ping-Pong !
I think a de-commissioned carrier would make a fine 'community rehabilitation project' to help the worse of the worse re-commit to a lawful society. Who knows, some may survive the 'Town Without Pity'.
Weld-up some passageway door hatches; Give everyone a mattress and blanket. Helo-in food; Dump the garbage over the side to keep the sharks well fed . . let that population run their own little community, just like 'free men' ( oh.. we called them sailors'). They won't even need guards! I am certain they will figure it out in pretty short time. Just anchor it out about 10 miles and ward off any approaching vessels with a drone. (No sense in risking any 'human life' for the Town Without Pity!