09 April 2020

Fear of missing out?


WASHINGTON – The U.S. Navy’s top officer said keeping the force safe and healthy was his top priority after a wild six days that saw the downfall of the popular commanding officer of the Theodore Roosevelt and the resignation of the Acting Secretary of the Navy who fired him after a letter in which the CO raised concerns about the pace of the Navy’s aid to his crew leaked to the media. In a fleet-wide message obtained by Defense News, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday said all the [...]