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US Navy Fires Top Commanders in USS Fitzgerald, USS John S. McCain Crash Probes


RIA Nov.

Navy Dismisses 2 More Leaders After Incidents Involving The 7th Fleet

navy dismisses 2 more leaders after incidents involving the 7th fleet
Watch VideoThe U.S. Navy dismissed two more of its leaders Monday after a string of collisions earlier this year. In a statement, the Navy said Rear Adm. Charles Williams, commander of Task Force..
Newsy

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News video: Navy Mishaps Suggest Larger Problem

Navy Mishaps Suggest Larger Problem 00:57

The collision of the USS John S. McCain with a cargo ship near Singapore last month and a similar event involving another 7th Fleet destroyer near Japan two months earlier are more than unfortunate..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Navy Relieves 2 More Leaders After Deadly Collisions

Navy Relieves 2 More Leaders After Deadly Collisions 01:14

Rear Adm. Charles Williams, commander of Task Force 70, and Capt. Jeffrey Bennett, commander of Destroyer Squadron 15, were relieved of duty.
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News video: Navy Announces Damaged USS John McCain To Be Towed To Japan For Repairs

Navy Announces Damaged USS John McCain To Be Towed To Japan For Repairs 00:42

On Wednesday, the US Navy announced plans to transport the damaged guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain from Singapore to Japan using a heavy-lift ship, a massive vessel used to transport..
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News video: Navy Announces Bodies Of All Ten Missing Sailors Have Been Recovered

Navy Announces Bodies Of All Ten Missing Sailors Have Been Recovered 00:46

On Monday, the United States Navy confirmed that the bodies of all ten missing sailors from the USS John S. McCain had been recovered. The sailors were missing since the August 21st crash with a..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: Missing bodies of 10 US Navy sailors finally found

Missing bodies of 10 US Navy sailors finally found 00:51

US Navy 7th Fleet All 10 of the sailors died aboard the USS John S. McCain after colliding with a merchant vessel east of the Malacca strait. Now, military leaders, Congress, and government watchdogs..
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Christie orders flags to half-staff for N.J. sailor who died at sea

Kenneth Smith died aboard the USS John S. McCain after an accident last month.
NJ.com

Funeral set for Decatur sailor who died on USS McCain

DECATUR, Ill. (AP) — Funeral services have been planned for a Decatur sailor whose remains were recovered from the USS John S. McCain. Twenty-three-year-old Logan Stephen Palmer went missing after..
Seattle Times

U.S. Navy to transport damaged destroyer from Singapore to Japan

The U.S. Navy plans to transport the USS John S. McCain to Japan for a full damage assessment after a collision last month in which 10 sailors died…
Japan Today Also reported by •Reuters IndiaReuters

Navy says tight budget, stress on fleet don’t excuse crashes

WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior U.S. Navy officer says the hectic pace of military operations and constrained military budget don’t excuse deadly warship accidents in the Pacific region. During..
Seattle Times

This is the massive ship that will take the damaged USS John S. McCain back to Japan

this is the massive ship that will take the damaged uss john s. mccain back to japan
The US Navy plans to transport damaged guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain from Singapore to Japan using a heavy-lift ship, a massive vessel used to transport unseaworthy ships across open..
Business Insider

US Navy Damaged Vessel Will Be Transported To Japan

us navy damaged vessel will be transported to japan
The United States Navy will transport the USS John S. McCain to Japan for a full damage evaluation after a collision last month caused the deaths of ten sailors between Malaysia and Singapore,..
WorldNews

US planning more regular South China Sea patrols: report

The Pentagon is planning to conduct more regular patrols in the South China Sea -- as many as two to three a month -- to assert freedom of navigation in disputed waters claimed by China, the Wall..
Deccan Herald

Disaster In The Sea Lanes: Bruising The US Navy – OpEd

“That gives us great cause for concern that there’s something out there that we’re not getting at.” -— Admiral John Richardson, New York Times, Aug 21, 2017 The large question for naval..
Eurasia Review

Frontrunning: August 29

· Stocks Drop, Gold Leads Haven Rally on Korea Fears (BBG) · Trump heads for Texas as flood waters rise (Reuters) · Destruction Tests U.S. Shale (WSJ) · Gulf Coast Faces Billions in Damage..
Zero Hedge

Navy recovers remains of all 10 missing sailors after McCain collision

Divers discovered the remains of all 10 sailors on board the USS John S. McCain, which crashed into an oil tanker Aug. 21. Video provided by Newsy
USATODAY.com Also reported by •NewsyCBS 2

U.S. Navy Finds Remains of All Missing USS John McCain Sailors

The U.S. Navy says it has recovered the remains of all 10 sailors who went missing when the USS John S. McCain collided with a tanker near Singapore a week ago.
Wall Street Journal

US Navy Recovered Bodies of All Sailors Missing From USS John S. McCain


RIA Nov.

Bodies of All Ten Missing US Sailors Recovered After Destroyer-Tanker Collision

Investigations continue into the collision between the USS John S. McCain, an Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer, and the Alnic MC, a 30,000 ton Liberian-flagged chemical and oil products..
CNSNews.com


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