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Navy captain says COVID-19 is spreading through his aircraft carrier so rapidly that most of the crew needs to get off
The Navy "cannot allow a single sailor to perish as a result of this pandemic unnecessarily," Capt. Brett E. Crozier wrote in a letter
Navy delays new arrivals at boot camp for a week after recruit tests positive for COVID-19
'There are no recruits that will be showing up this week. They will be moved to next week, and from there the arrival of recruits will continue on schedule.'
USNS Mercy arrives in LA
On March 27, 2020, the USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of LA to serve as a referral hospital for … Continued
The military’s cult of readiness is sabotaging its efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19
Common sense and empathy can be deadly to maintaining readiness, the US military thinks.
US military finally puts limits on large meetings to fight the spread of COVID-19
More than a week after Defense Secretary Mark Esper said he had no intention of putting a moratorium on large gatherings, the Pentagon has done precisely that
Army raises every installation to HPCON Charlie and announces field hospital deployments
“Protecting the health of the force and the American people are our top priorities," Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy said.
No, the National Guard isn’t planning a national quarantine or imposing martial law
Despite persistent rumors that martial-law is around the corner, the National Guard is not being mobilized to enforce a nation-wide quarantine.
The number of US troops confirmed positive for COVID-19 nearly doubled over the weekend
The number of US troops who have tested positive for COVID-19 has jumped to 133.