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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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U.S. Navy Conducts FONOPS Off Venezuela Amidst Heightened TensionsThe destroyer USS Nitze recently conducted a freedom of navigation operation in waters claimed by Venezuela, according to U.S. Southern Command.
The Pentagon wants to forge ahead with robot warships, but Congress wants to slow the trainWASHINGTON — Unmanned surface vessels are all the rage in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the U.S. Navy has lined up behind the effort. But Congress remains skeptical until it sees the Navy make progress on the basics.
U.S. Navy Decides Not to Reinstate Fired USS Theodore Roosevelt Captain After ProbeThe U.S. Navy will not reinstate Captain Brett Crozier after finding fault with his response to the outbreak of the coronavirus aboard the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt and is also putting an admiral’s promotion on hold.
U.S. Navy Contractor Fined $11M for Selling Faulty SteelU.S. Navy defense contractor Bradken and its former lab director are facing criminal charges alleging that it produced and sold substandard steel components for installation on U.S. submarines.
Three Years After Fatal Collision, USS Fitzgerald Returns to ServiceOn Saturday - almost three years to the day after she collided with a container ship off Yokosuka - the destroyer USS Fitzgerald departed Ingalls Shipbuilding to return to her homeport in San Diego.
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