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The Navy's acting secretary said Capt. Brett Crozier was "panicking" and was flabbergasted by him being "so out of character." [Read More]
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"I thought it looked terrible, to be honest with you," Trump said. "Now, they made their decision, I didn't make the decision." [Read More]
"But it is probably too late to save Captain Crozier's career," President Roosevelt's great grandson, Tweed, wrote in a NYT column. [Read More]
"Throwing the commanding officer overboard without a thorough investigation" is a "destabilizing move," Democratic lawmakers said Thursday. [Read More]
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The Navy commander sent an urgent letter pleading for help with a coronavirus outbreak aboard his ship. He was just fired. [Read More]
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Navy officials said the aircraft-carrier commander was "not being careful" and his actions "created a little bit of a panic on the ship." [Read More]
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The Chinese government told other countries to "double-check" the instructions for using the defective face masks. [Read More]
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FEMA reportedly requested the body bags through an interagency group for "prudent planning," which also includes "mortuary contingencies." [Read More]
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"This is big-boy and big-girl s---," John Kelly said in a new book. "You have to understand people will die because of these decisions." [Read More]
"He submitted this letter through his chain of command," Navy officials said. "How it got out out into the media, I don't know." [Read More]
"This is big-boy and big-girl s--t," John Kelly said in a new book. "You have to understand people will die because of these decisions." [Read More]
New estimates show that the coronavirus fatality rate could surpass the number of Americans killed in battle from several wars combined. [Read More]
"I think the immunity I've developed this month is doing its job," the Russian doctor reportedly said on Facebook. [Read More]
The top military official claimed he had "not had a chance to read that letter ... in detail" and said that none of the sailors... [Read More]
The top military official claimed he had "not had a chance to read that letter ... in detail" and said that none of the sailors... [Read More]
"Today is a sad day for the Department of Defense as we have lost our first American service member," Defense Secretary Mark Esper said. [Read More]
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