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Sailors Aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt Test Positive for COVID-19
Three U.S. sailors on board the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft carrier in the Pacific tested positive for the coronavirus, U.S. Navy officials said on Tuesday, the first known cases of the virus on board a U.S. military ship at sea.
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US Navy: New fast-attack submarine commissionedThe US Navy has commissioned its newest fast-attack submarine, USS Delaware (SSN 791).
Acting secretary of US Navy resigns after insulting fired aircraft carrier captainThomas Modly, Acting Secretary of the US Navy, resigned on April 7 after insulting Capt. Brett E. Crozier, the former commander of the coronavirus-hit aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
USS Theodore Roosevelt: COVID-19 cases rise, evacuation of sailors underwayThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases on board the US Navy’s Nimitz-class nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in the Pacific has surged, according to Acting Navy Secretary Thomas B. Modly.
U.S. Navy Probe to Decide Future of Fired CommanderEven as he is hailed as a hero by his crew, the fired commander of a coronavirus-stricken U.S. aircraft carrier is being reassigned while investigators consider whether he should face disciplinary action, acting U.S.
Japan welcomes lead Maya-class destroyerThe Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) has taken delivery of the first of two Maya-class ballistic missile defense destroyers.
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