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Navy has little direct evidence tying sailor to fire that destroyed $1.4 billion warship
Ryan S. Mays' supervisors described him as a sailor who was cocky, disrespectful, and said that he 'lacked military bearing.'
Damning investigation into USS Bonhomme Richard fire reveals sailors were totally unprepared
“Although the fire was started by an act of arson, the ship was lost due to an inability to extinguish the fire.”
A 20-year-old Navy SEAL dropout is the sailor charged in the USS Bonhomme Richard fire
He lasted five days at BUD/S.
The Navy has decided to scrap the USS Bonhomme Richard
The service has determined that it would be too costly to repair the amphibious assault ship.
Arson suspected in Bonhomme Richard fire, defense official says
A defense official confirmed to Task & Purpose that a sailor is being questioned in connection with the fire but has not been charged.
Smoke from USS Bonhomme Richard fire contained toxic chemicals, contradicting Navy claims
As black smoke poured off the USS Bonhomme Richard, people in portside communities complained of headaches and nausea even as the Navy claimed Navy that "there's nothing toxic in there"
Fires and flooding have absolutely devastated the USS Bonhomme Richard, the Navy’s top officer reveals
Damage to the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard caused by fires, explosions, and flooding is "extensive," Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday said in a summary report obtained by Defense News
Two other Navy ships caught fire just days after the USS Bonhomme Richard inferno
The inferno that engulfed the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard isn't the only fire to strike Navy capital ships in recent weeks
The Bonhomme Richard fire raises questions about whether the Navy learned anything from its last ship fire
After the USS Bonhomme Richard burned for five days at a shipyard in San Diego, it begs the question: Did the lessons the Navy learned from the USS Miami blaze eight years ago mitigate the fire on the Bonhomme Richard?
Sailors test positive for coronavirus after sharing gear fighting the USS Bonhomme Richard fire
'Two Sailors supporting USS Bonhomme Richard firefighting operations recently tested positive for COVID-19 after exhibiting symptoms.'
The USS Bonhomme Richard has finally stopped burning
Firefighters have extinguished all known blazes on the Navy amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard after four-plus days of round-the-clock efforts
Navy: firefighting crews making ‘significant progress’ putting out USS Bonhomme Richard blaze
'It looks cleaner from the outside (but) inside ... we're still fighting a major fire.'
USS Bonhomme Richard, its fate uncertain, would be one of largest ships Navy has lost outside of combat
Even if the ship is saved, it will be out of action for an extended period of time, and that will limit what the Navy can do in deploying its forces.
Hundreds of sailors fight to save USS Bonhomme Richard as blaze tears through stricken warship
“I feel absolutely hopeful [the ship] will sail again"
USS Bonhomme Richard fire in San Diego
A helicopter from Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 3 combats a fire aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6). On the morning of July 12, a fire was called away aboard the ship while it was moored pier side at Naval Base San Diego
Navy: 57 treated for injuries in USS Bonhomme Richard fire as blaze continues
“We’re absolutely going to make sure it sails again,” said Rear Adm. Philip Sobeck.
Navy: Origin of USS Bonhomme Richard fire still unknown
17 sailors and four civilians are being treated for non-life threatening injuries, the Navy said.
17 sailors, 4 civilians injured in USS Bonhomme Richard fire
The Navy confirmed that local, base and shipboard fire fighting teams were responding to a fire aboard the ship.
Pacific Recovery Team Finds Crashed Osprey, 3 Marines Declared Dead
Australian naval forces working with a U.S. amphibious group have located the Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey that crashed into the...
Search-And-Rescue Efforts For 3 Missing Marines Shift To Recovery Operations After Aviation Mishap
On Saturday evening, the Marine Corps stated it had suspended search-and-rescue operations for three Marines involved in the MV-22 Osprey mishap...