Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class David Flewellyn
A Navy investigation has concluded that the former commanding officer of the USS Antietam was “ultimately responsible” for a series of blunders in which the 567-foot cruiser ran aground and spilled 1,100 gallons of hydraulic fluid into Tokyo Bay in January, according to Stars and Stripes.
Courtesy DOD Education Activity via Stars & Stripes
The water fixtures at the Navy’s Ikego Elementary School in Japan contain high levels of lead... again. No families aboard Yokosuka Naval Base appear to be affected so far, but the problem is a persistent one, according to Stars and Stripes.