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USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor under investigation for leaving hotel room while under quarantine in Guam
The sailor was reportedly caught on security camera footage while leaving his room but was stopped before he could leave the hotel.
Former Acting Navy Secretary Modly may have exaggerated his reasoning for firing USS Theodore Roosevelt commander
Former Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly may have exaggerated his complaint against former commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, Capt. Brett Crozier, The Washington Post reported Thursday
Navy identifies USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor who died from COVID-19
Fair winds and following seas
Most sailors testing positive for COVID-19 on the USS Theodore Roosevelt showed no symptoms of infection
Sweeping testing of the entire crew of the coronavirus-stricken U.S. aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt may have revealed a clue about the pandemic: The majority of the positive cases so far are among sailors who are asymptomatic, officials say
The Navy has disinfected 80 percent of the USS Theodore Roosevelt in a ‘bleach-a-palooza’
The Navy said in its press release that each day starts and ends with an all-hands effort to bleach the ship, an activity the crew apparently calls "bleach-a-palooza."
Fired as acting Navy secretary, Modly is now stuck in COVID-19 quarantine
Former Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly is currently in quarantine, along with two of his staff, following his ill-fated April 5 visit to the USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam, Task & Purpose has learned
Another USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor with COVID-19 has been moved into intensive care
A second Theodore Roosevelt crew member has been admitted to intensive care 'for increased observation due to shortness of breath.'
‘We just kind of want to go home at this point’ — a Theodore Roosevelt sailor describes quarantine on Guam
“I was mostly worried about my friends on the ship and everyone back home, more than if I was going to be sick.”
USS Theodore Roosevelt captain refused to let senior officers sign dire letter about COVID-19 outbreak
Senior officers aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier reeling from a coronavirus outbreak offered to sign a revealing letter about the dire situation, only to be denied by the ship's commander, Capt. Brett Crozier
A USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor has died of COVID-19
A sailor assigned to the USS Theodore Roosevelt has died of complications related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Navy announced on Monday
The USS Theodore Roosevelt fiasco shows how paranoid the Pentagon is about China
When it comes to China, every uniformed and civilian leader in the United States is completely paranoid
Morale on the USS Theodore Roosevelt is in the toilet, Navy admiral says
U.S. Navy Vice Adm. Bill Merz, the commander of the United States' largest forward-deployed fleet, visited the aircraft carrier reeling from a coronavirus outbreak and admitted the morale for some of its crew was negatively impacted by recent events
Almost 1 in 10 Theodore Roosevelt sailors tested positive for COVID-19
Of the 92 percent of the crew that has been tested, 447 have tested positive for COVID-19. The Navy is awaiting results for 775 sailors and 339 have yet to be tested.
The Navy hasn’t ruled out reinstating Capt. Brett Crozier as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt
The U.S. Navy has not ruled out reinstating Capt. Brett Crozier, the former commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt who was fired for his handling of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, according to the service's top officer
The ex-Acting Navy Secretary’s last wish was to name a few ships. That didn’t happen, so we came up with some
The last thing acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly wanted to do was name a ship. Since he never got that chance, we here at Task & Purpose decided to step in to help with a few ideas of our own.
A USS Theodore Roosevelt sailor is in the ICU with COVID-19 as positive cases rise
The sailor had tested positive for COVID-19 on March 30 and at the time of hospitalization was in a 14-day isolation period, the Navy said
Ex-Acting Navy Secretary Modly’s trip to Guam to ridicule the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s captain cost taxpayers $243,000
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigned on Tuesday after he faced mounting backlash for firing and ridiculing the commander of a U.S. aircraft carrier who pleaded for help stemming a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak onboard
Army Undersecretary James McPherson to take over as Acting Navy Secretary
McPherson retired in 2006 as the Judge Advocate General of the Navy
Acting Navy Secretary Modly resigns
Modly is officially out.
Acting Navy Secretary apologizes for blasting fired USS Theodore Roosevelt captain in speech to crew
In a reversal from a statement earlier in the day, Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly apologized for criticizing Capt. Brett Crozier, the former commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, in remarks to the aircraft carrier's crew but stood by his concerns about the captain's actions
Trump says he may intervene in the USS Theodore Roosevelt debacle
"You have two good people and they're arguing... I'm good at settling these arguments. So I may look into it in great detail, in detail and I'll be able to figure it out very fast"
Lawmakers call for removal of Navy Secretary over USS Theodore Roosevelt debacle
“Modly’s remarks to the crew show that he is in no way fit to lead our Navy through this trying time," wrote Rep. Elaine Luria. "Secretary Esper should immediately fire him"
‘He’s definitely a hated man right now’ — USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors react to Navy Secretary blasting their former captain
"My friend made the comparison that it was like disrespecting someone who has passed away at their wake"
Acting Navy Secretary blasts USS Theodore Roosevelt captain as ‘too naive or too stupid’ in leaked speech to ship’s crew
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly reportedly made an unhinged speech to the crew members of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, in which he lashed out at former Capt. Brett E. Crozier and told sailors to stop complaining and do their jobs