More than 190 Navy warships have endured novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks so far this year, the service's top officer said in a message to the fleet
The Defense Department may be cracking down on unusual banners within the ranks, but at least one guided missile destroyer seems intent on letting its freak flag fly
After a month and a half laid up in San Diego due to an outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the USS Kidd is finally back at sea
The Defense Department plans on investigating the Navy's response to spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) among its warships, according to an announcement from the department's top watchdog
'DoD shipboard populations are at increased risk of COVID-19.'
'The statistics show that the safest place to be is on a deployed Navy ship as compared to one that’s in port.'
Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks on board three Navy warships have taught the service valuable lessons and enabled them to respond quickly in late March when a sailor started displaying symptoms...
There are currently 47 positive novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases aboard the USS Kidd (DDG-100), the Navy announced on Monday
Two sailors have been medically evacuated back to the United States.
Over a dozen sailors had tested positive for the virus aboard the USS Kidd, which preparing to return to port.
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