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USS Theodore Roosevelt aviators eject safely at sea
Both of the aviators are in good condition, according to the aircraft carrier medical team
More than a quarter of the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s crew contracted COVID-19, Navy says
Of the 4,800 crew members aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, 1,273 sailors contracted novel coronavirus (COVID-19) since the pandemic began earlier this year
Navy investigation finds 60 percent of USS Theodore Roosevelt volunteers have COVID-19 antibodies
If sailors who did not previously test positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) show antibodies, that could suggest a higher rate of infection than previously known
USS Theodore Roosevelt finally back at sea after months sidelined by COVID-19
Capt. Brett Crozier lost his command in early April as punishment for the leak of a letter he sent to superiors seeking tougher action against the spread of COVID-19 on his ship, the USS Theodore Roosevelt
Navy completes investigation into the COVID-19 outbreak aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt
'It will take time for the investigation’s recommendations to be reviewed and endorsed by Adm. Gilday.'
USS Theodore Roosevelt finally returns to sea after two months sidelined by COVID-19
“It was an unprecedented challenge to get to this point"
USS Theodore Roosevelt finally preparing to return to sea after months sidelined by COVID-19
When the ship finally sets sail, it will do so with about two-thirds of the crew
13 sailors on the USS Theodore Roosevelt test positive for COVID-19 after recovering from the virus
Thirteen sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt, have tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) after recovering from the disease and being permitted to return to the ship
5 sailors test positive for COVID-19 after returning to the USS Theodore Roosevelt from isolation
Another 18 crew members who are not showing symptoms have been taken off the ship as a precaution
SecDef Esper uses the USS Theodore Roosevelt to tout America’s naval supremacy amid the COVID-19 crisis
Sorry, but the Big Stick is not exactly synonymous with naval supremacy at the moment
The Navy is going under a microscope for its handling of shipboard COVID-19 outbreaks
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
Navy flaunts aircraft carrier strength after COVID-19 knocked one out for more than a month
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday tweeted that six carriers, the Truman, Eisenhower, Reagan, Nimitz, Lincoln, and Ford, are all underway.
Pentagon health agency contradicts Esper’s claim that Navy ships at sea are ‘safest place to be’ right now
'DoD shipboard populations are at increased risk of COVID-19.'
The USS Theodore Roosevelt’s ousted captain has been temporarily reassigned to San Diego
Navy Capt. Brett Crozier, who was fired as the USS Theodore Roosevelt's commanding officer on April 2, is currently serving on the staff of Naval Air Forces, U.S. Pacific Fleet.
Esper: The ‘safest place to be’ during the COVID-19 pandemic is on a Navy ship at sea
'The statistics show that the safest place to be is on a deployed Navy ship as compared to one that’s in port.'
New Navy investigation delays decision on reinstating USS Theodore Roosevelt captain
'This investigation will build on the good work of the initial inquiry to provide a more fulsome understanding of the sequence of events, actions, and decisions of the chain of command surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt.'
Lawmakers are furious over the Pentagon’s lackluster, disjointed COVID-19 response
10 Democratic senators claim that Defense Secretary Mark Esper has not shown enough leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here’s why the decision about reinstating the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s fired captain is taking so long
Navy Capt. Brett Crozier was fired after warning his superiors that his sailors would die of COVID-19 unless most of his crew were placed in individual quarantine.
How the USS Theodore Roosevelt outbreak could help scientists better fight COVID-19
An investigation by the Navy and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention into the outbreak of the coronavirus on board the San Diego-based aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt could yield data valuable not just to the military, but also to the greater scientific community in the race to better understand the virus, the Navy says
Navy reportedly recommends reinstating fired USS Theodore Roosevelt captain
The Navy has recommended reinstating Capt. Brett Crozier, the commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt whose plea for help during a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) aboard aboard the ship not only cost him his job but led the acting Navy secretary to resign shortly afterwards
Watch quarantined Theodore Roosevelt sailors take to balconies to cheer for the Marines helping them
Crew members from the Navy's aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt coordinated a thank-you cheer for Marines with 3rd Law Enforcement Battalion who are supporting quarantine effort in Guam
The Navy has finally finished testing every USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor for COVID-19
One month after the first novel coronavirus (COVID-19) cases appeared on the USS Theodore Roosevelt, the U.S. Navy has finished testing all of the roughly 4,800 sailors assigned to the aircraft carrier.
The Air Force is racing to build a field hospital to treat USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors sickened by COVID-19
Editor's Note: This article originally appeared on Business Insider. The U.S. Air Force is building a modular field hospital at...
Why did so many Theodore Roosevelt sailors not develop COVID-19 symptoms? Navy to test crew antibodies to help figure it out
The data could shed light on how the coronavirus spreads undetected, which could help inform the U.S. national response to the pandemic.