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Acting Navy secretary: I swiftly fired the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s captain to avoid having Trump step in
"I didn't want to get into a decision where the president would feel that he had to intervene because the Navy couldn't be decisive"
‘We’re all in the dark’ — Sailors slam Navy for COVID-19 response on ships
"There's a black hole of information at the lowest level"
Capt. Brett Crozier has reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 since being removed from the USS Theodore Roosevelt
He "began exhibiting symptoms" before he left the ship, the New York Times reports
It’s hardly shocking the Navy fired a commander for warning of COVID-19 threat. It’s part of a pattern
“This may have the effect of chilling the responses of other commanding officers because it will be perceived, fairly or not, as a shoot the messenger scenario."
Capt. Brett Crozier praised as a ‘hero’ by great-grandson of the USS Theodore Roosevelt’s namesake
"I suppose it is too much to hope that the Navy, if only for its own benefit, will see its way to reverse this unfortunate decision."
The Navy moved at light speed to fire a captain who did not ram his ship into another vessel
The Navy has hit a new low by firing an aircraft carrier captain who was trying to save his crew from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Navy to investigate Capt. Brett Crozier and determine whether he should face disciplinary action
"He'll get reassigned, he's not thrown out of the Navy," Modly said.
Lawmakers call for investigation into firing of USS Theodore Roosevelt captain
House Armed Services Committee members have demanded answers about the Navy's abrupt dismissal of the commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt after the leak of his letter to superiors calling for help with a coronavirus outbreak
Fired USS Theodore Roosevelt captain to be reassigned amid probe, acting Navy secretary says
The fired commander of a U.S. aircraft carrier that suffered a coronavirus outbreak will not be thrown out of the Navy but rather reassigned, acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly told Reuters on Friday
‘Best captain we ever had’ — Watch the crew of USS Theodore Roosevelt give their fired skipper a triumphant send-off
“Now that’s how you send out one of the greatest captains we ever had!”
Lawmakers decry Navy firing of USS Theodore Roosevelt captain as an ‘overreaction’ that puts sailors ‘at greater risk’
“Dismissing a commanding officer for speaking out on issues critical to the safety of those under their command discourages others from raising similar concerns,” lawmakers said.
Navy fires USS Theodore Roosevelt captain who warned ‘sailors do not need to die’ from COVID-19 in leaked letter
The Navy has fired USS Theodore Roosevelt Capt. Brett E. Crozier, who wrote a March 30 memo that the majority of the ship’s crew should be placed in individual quarantine amid COVID-19 concerns
26 bipartisan lawmakers urge Navy to gets its sh*t together on COVID-19
The letter was submitted to top Navy officials "to express concern for the health and safety of American sailors and Marines" on Navy vessels facing COVID-19.
Onshore quarantine of USS Theodore Roosevelt sailors begins in Guam
About 1,000 sailors from the USS Theodore Roosevelt - roughly a fifth of its crew - were under quarantine on Guam on Thursday.
The Navy won’t rule out punishing the aircraft carrier captain who blasted the service’s COVID-19 response
The U.S. Navy on Wednesday did not rule out punishing the captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, who wrote a scathing letter to Navy leadership asking for stronger measures to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
The Navy is finally evacuating sailors from an aircraft carrier hit hard by COVID-19
The Navy is pulling sailors off an aircraft carrier hit hard by the coronavirus and forced into port in Guam, where many sailors will soon spend two weeks quarantined in vacant hotels
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
A second aircraft carrier is reportedly facing a COVID-19 outbreak
The USS Theodore Roosevelt isn't the only Navy aircraft carrier in the Western Pacific that's currently dealing the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) among its sailors.
A US aircraft carrier could be stuck in port for almost a month for COVID-19 testing, but the Navy is trying to cut that time down
A coronavirus outbreak aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt has the Navy scrambling to test the entire crew.
COVID-19 has taken an entire aircraft carrier out of commission
The announcement comes days after Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said three sailors aboard the carrier were diagnosed with the virus and flown from the ship.
3 sailors at sea aboard Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier have COVID-19
They are the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea, the Navy said.
The housing market in San Diego is already tight, and now 6,000 more sailors are about to move in
"In terms of units that are affordable to sailors, we have an absolute shortage."
What it’s like to run a carrier as the ‘Top Gun’ sequel films onboard
Loose lips sink ships, but do they reveal too much about the hugely anticipated "Top Gun" sequel, "Top Gun: Maverick," filmed onboard in February?