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The US Navy sack the captain who alerted about the coronary virus outbreak on an aircraft carrier.
The United States Navy relieves the captain of the COVID-19 outbreak on USS Theodore Roosevelt.
The navy announced that the captain was relieved to send a warning about the COVID-19 outbreak on USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Capt. Brett Crozier, commander of Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier with nearly 5,000 sailors, was dismissed on Thursday. But he will maintain his position and remain in the navy.
Crozier sent a warning earlier this week, sending a harsh letter to navy leaders detailing his concerns about the spread of the virus on board. The letter was leaked from the press and created a headline.
Speaking at a press conference Thursday evening, Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modeli said Crozier was removed from his position because he sent a letter to “non-secure unclassified-email” to a “broad array of people” rather than the top chain of command.
“I have no doubt in mind that Captain Crozier did what he thought was in the best interest of the safety and well-being of the crew,” Modly said. “Unfortunately, it does the opposite. It alarms the family. Of our sailors and marines unnecessarily without plans to deal with those problems. ”
Politely confirmed that the decision belongs to him alone. He also praised Crozier but said he concluded the captain. “Allow the complexity of the COVID breakout challenge on board to overcome his ability to perform professionally.”
“The responsibility for this decision is up to me,” Modly added. “I expect to not congratulate him. Captain Crozier is incredible.”
A ship operating in the Pacific Ocean entered the harbor in Guam last week, days after several sailors tested the virus positively. On Wednesday there were 93 positive tests and more than 1,000 people were taken from the airline and separated in Guam.
In total, 2,700 people are expected to land ashore this week with crew members. Small remaining to look after the carrier.
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