Commander of aircraft carrier hit by coronavirus removed for 'poor judgment' after sounding alarm


The U. S. navy has removed the commander of an aircraft carrier who raised the alarm about an outbreak of the virus on board his ship it said captain Brett crazier had acted outside the chain of command on a P. sorrow reports kept improves your made headlines for days ago when a memo pleading for assistance to stop the spread of covert nineteen on board to Theodore Roosevelt carrier became public he portrayed a dire situation the memo also the immediate removal of Sikh personnel with captain cruise yet pointing out that the US was noticeable and therefore no sailors should die in a hard hitting appraisal the acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley said the navy had lost confidence in the captain's ability to lead under stress after you become overwhelmed by the complexity of the outbreak ninety three of a crew of five thousand have tested positive for the virus

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