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"thomas moseley" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Dot com good captain Brad crozier be reinstated the navy's top officers there's no option is off the table as they investigate crozier being relieved of his command on the USS Theodore Roosevelt by the acting secretary of the navy over his letter sounding the alarm about the spread of the corona virus on his aircraft carrier being leaked to the media secretary Thomas Moseley resigned over the controversy of his decision crozier and a number of sailors are infected with the virus one of them was taken to a hospital in intensive care securing America general John Hyden vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says more than four hundred sailors have tested positive for the Roosevelt docked in bomb handed eighty seven those were symptomatic turned twenty nine were asymptomatic we still have a loner sixty four pending results and we've got now had one hospitalized and one of the I. C. U. corona virus has been found in the USS Reagan general Hayden says it's possible there could be outbreaks in other warships saying to think it will never happen again is not a good way to plan Rachel Sutherland box since the Reagan as a handful of cases it stopped in Japan for repairs the USS Nimitz also has two sailors with the virus but it's not it's C. and those two are not on board the ship a domestic disturbance amid all the state homeowners is led to a police officer being shot and killed an Indianapolis and leave the struck down to just twenty four years old having spent about two years on the force please keep saying we wanted to be a police officer since she was a young child choose among three cops responding to domestic violence call from an apartment complex a female civilian was also shot no word on her condition the suspected shooter is in custody leave this is the first member of the Indianapolis PD to be killed on the job since twenty fourteen Tom or Gotti fox news and on Wall Street it'll be quiet no trading on Good Friday the Dow closed the week up two.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Brad crozier be reinstated the navy's top officers there's no option is off the table as they investigate crozier being relieved of his command on the USS Theodore Roosevelt by the acting secretary of the navy over his letter sounding the alarm about the spread of the corona virus on his aircraft carrier being leaked to the media secretary Thomas Moseley resigned over the controversy of his decision closure on a number of sailors are infected with the virus one of them was taken to a hospital in intensive care securing America general John Hyden vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says more than four hundred sailors have tested positive for the Roosevelt docked in bomb handed eighty seven those were symptomatic turned twenty nine were asymptomatic we still have a loner sixty four pending results and we've had now had one hospitalized and one of the I. C. U. corona virus has been found in the USS Reagan general Hayden says it's possible there could be outbreaks in other warships saying to think it will never happen again is not a good way to plan Rachel Sutherland box since the Reagan as a handful of cases it stopped in Japan for repairs the USS Nimitz also has two sailors with the virus but it's not it's the and those two are not on board the ship a Mister disturbance among all the stakeholders is led to a police officer being shot and killed an Indianapolis and leave the struck down to just twenty four years old having spent about two years on the force police chief saying we wanted to be a police officer since she was a young child choose among three cops responding to domestic violence call from an apartment complex a female civilian was also shot no word on her condition the suspected shooter is in custody leave this is the first member of the Indianapolis PD to be killed on the job since twenty fourteen Tom or Gotti fox news and on Wall Street it'll be quiet no trading on Good Friday the Dow closed.
Navy leaders not ruling out reinstating fired aircraft-carrier captain
"The navy isn't ruling out reinstating the ousted captain who sounded the alarm about the corona virus spreading on the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt this is an interesting story captain red cross here was fired after a letter that he sent to his superiors leaked out the chain of events ultimately led to the resignation of acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley who relieved crozier of command and then bashed him right in front of a screw and that was recorded chief of naval operations admiral Michael Gilday says that the internal investigation is over and that all options are still on the table regarding closures career more than four hundred sailors on that Roosevelt have tested positive for covert nineteen including one currently being treated in an I
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KOMO
"Acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley is resigning leaked audio reveals he called the former captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt stupid president trump says Molly resigning as a very unselfish thing to do yeah because he didn't want to cause any disturbance for our country so that was that because he wouldn't have had to resign I would not have passed and I don't know him I didn't speak to him ABC news correspondent Louis Martinez is with us this morning from the Pentagon the Lou good morning tell us a little bit more about this morning right what happened why is the pressure on him to resign was getting so great because of that recording the legal recording where he called the ship's captain that he fired the week before either too naive or too stupid for not thinking that the letter that he had written by expressing concern about his ship's crew that have been infected with rotavirus that it's not going to leak out he spoke over the PA system on board the ship somebody recorded it got made public he stood by his comments initially but then defense secretary mark esper on directed him to apologize he issued an apology but that wasn't enough he felt that he had to step down because he was proving to be too much of a distraction hi he issued a statement to the that maybe I think they he took ownership of his comment for these poor choice of words and that he let his emotions get the better of him when he was talking to the ship's crew according to protocol what should captain Brett kosher have done he should have talked to the rear admiral who lives centrally on the same floor them aboard the aircraft carrier when he went in there compared with that to see if the company by several ships all the captain of the ship runs the operations aboard the aircraft carrier there is a one star rear admiral who runs the entire carrier strike group his DVD chain of command was that rear admiral it's unclear why he didn't that it expresses concerns to that role and why you went around him and went on a road that letter Q. higher ups and two others who were not in a chain of command that's really what prompted Molly to fire him but there's been a lot of sympathy for the cat in the captain's actions Emily Infeld said he didn't quibble with what that is you know the sentiments expressed yeah he just did not feel that the cabinet gone about it the right way thanks very much for feelings in this morning ABC news correspondent Louis Martinez with us from the Pentagon come on it's time seven fifty L. insurance money update treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin says the federal government will not run out of money for small businesses.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KCRW
"Good morning the acting secretary of the U. S. navy Thomas Moseley has resigned mostly fired the captain of a navy ship warned that covert nineteen was spreading on board and then he faced criticism it's morning edition from NPR news doctors have noticed something curious about covert nineteen patients who appear to be doing better and then they will crash and get sicker I'm David Greene and I'm no well king wire virus related job losses affecting women more than men and we'll go to one of the oldest ecosystems on the planet they're a rainforest in Australia that have been around since dinosaurs walked the earth during the country's devastating fire season parts of them burned so can they recover it's Wednesday April eighth actress Patricia Arquette is fifty two today and the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman some democratic lawmakers and civil rights advocates are calling for the federal and state governments to release data about the race and ethnicity of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus NPR's Hansi lo long reports New York City officials say they'll do that this week for weeks data about known covert nineteen cases in the national epicenter of the public health crisis have not included information about race or ethnicity the New York City mayor bill de Blasio says a pandemic is hurting some communities more than others I cannot be more blunt this disease is affecting people disproportionately in lower income communities in communities have had more health problems historically and in communities of color this week the blood here says New York City is starting to release preliminary data about the ethnicity of people who have tested positive civil rights advocates say the data are needed to understand whether officials are providing health care fairly on zero one impure news New York congressional Democrats are unhappy with president trump's decision to remove the inspector general in charge of overseeing the two trillion dollar corona virus relief package NPR's Giles Snyder has more house speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a statement that president trump's removal of Glenn Fein is part of what she said was a disturbing pattern of retaliation against independent over Sears as the acting inspector general at the defense department fine was chosen for the coronavirus oversight efforts just last week but the president effectively sidelined him Tuesday and has clashed with other watchdogs notably firing Michael Atkinson the intelligence community's IG link to the president's impeachment NPR's Giles Snyder reporting despite a shelter in place order people in Wisconsin turned out to vote in the state's primary election that was held on Tuesday state and local governments are still trying to figure out how to hold elections during the pandemic NPR's miles parks reports that Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren has released a proposal for voting reforms during the time of the coronavirus center warned once the next release bill that Congress passes to include four billion dollars to help states run their elections she also says there should be a requirement that every registered voter in the country receive a mail in ballot with prepaid return postage the fact that voters need to wait in line for hours in Wisconsin only magnified the need she said Hey off any attempt to suppress the vote in Wisconsin should be a wake up call to the United States Congress we need to act immediately federal voting regulations after the non starter for Republicans for years however so it's doubtful that any of Warren's plan actually gets implemented this year miles parks NPR news Washington you're listening to NPR news from Washington drugstore chain Walgreens says it will soon set up a handful of coronavirus testing sites in seven states these states are Arizona Florida Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Tennessee and Texas Walgreens is following initial steps by C. V. S..
"thomas moseley" Discussed on WTOP
"There stage hit single day highs for debts on Tuesday just over a thousand for all three combined seven hundred thirty one in New York alone governor Andrew Cuomo says he's hopeful the pandemic curve is starting to flatten out for his state Jack Keane that we are reaching a plateau the total number of hospitalizations and you can see the growth and you see it starting to flatten again this is a projection it still depends on what we do president trump now blames the World Health Organization for not doing more to stop the cobit nineteen spread from China I missed the call they could have called it months earlier they would have known and they should have known the acting naval secretary is out after an angry rant about the carrier captain he canned earlier this week CBS is we do jag Thomas Moseley was just five months into the job when the corona virus found its way onto the rose about president trump supported his decision to fire the captain over the handling of the virus and said even though we know these per frame of rant about it was a mistake he didn't have to resign Moseley had gone to Guam to address the carrier's crew calling their former skipper stupid among other things he apologized before quitting yesterday in Los Angeles masks are going to be the rule rather than the exception starting Friday Los Angeles is adding new requirements for east central workers all employees of many non medical central businesses will be required to wear cloth face coverings.
Coronavirus warship row: Acting US Navy secretary resigns
"Acting secretary of the navy has resigned as the Pentagon says two hundred thirty sailors aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt in Guam have tested positive for the virus results from half the crew are still pending CBS news correspondent we Jiang reports from the White House Thomas Moseley was just five months into the job when the corona virus found its way onto the rose about president trump supported his decision to fire the captain over the handling of the virus and said even though most of these per fan rant about it was a mistake he didn't have to resign Thomas no lease full throated apology for making alarming remarks about U. S. S. rose about captain Brett closure was not enough to save his job Moby was heckled by the ship's crew as he told them he fired the popular crozier for writing a letter about the corona virus spreading on board and the commanding officer of a ship like this
Acting Navy secretary resigns after insulting aircraft carrier’s ousted captain
"The acting secretary of the navy in the United States Thomas Moseley has quit after sacking and ridiculing the captain of a ship stricken by corona virus on Sunday Mister Mosely told the crew of the aircraft carrier that captain Brett crazier was too naive or too stupid to remain in command his abusive language provoked a
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Hot soapy water so can be cleaned most effectively Justin Trudeau KYW newsradio acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley is out of a job in the wake of his blistering criticism of the fired aircraft carrier commander who raised the alarm about a corona virus outbreak on board CBS is Connie McCormick has more Thomas moblie created a controversy when he fired the captain of the aircraft carrier the captain had appealed for help during a corona virus outbreak on the ship mostly criticized him for what he called extremely poor judgment in widely distributing his email describing the situation mostly then flew to Guam and delivered a profanity laced address to the ship's crew he apologized afterward Moseley is being replaced by Under Secretary of the army James McPherson New York is reporting its biggest one day jump in corona virus deaths governor Andrew Cuomo says seven hundred thirty one people died on Monday but offered some encouraging news as well change in the in the ICU admissions is way down and that's good news the daily intimations numbers down and that's good news the U. S. navy hospital ship that stopped in Manhattan now has positive cases of coronavirus on board first bonded Athena Jones says one is a crew member we didn't have any contact with any of the dozens of patients that navy spokesperson tells us that the this had no impact on the comfort ship's mission they will still be able to treat a cold the patients but the fact they are.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The alarm about a corona virus outbreak on board acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has turned in his resignation CBS is Cammy McCormack reports defense officials say mostly will be replaced by the acting Under Secretary of the army James McPherson mode Lee's resignation came just hours after he apologized for a profanity laced address he gave to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt one in which she called their fire captain naive or stupid he's been working at home sense because of the outbreak of corona virus on the carrier in a conference call with banking executives today president trump said his administration will take the boldest action in history to help small businesses devastated by the virus pandemic we have lots of stimulus so I think we can actually with the stimulus or with the pent up demand I think we can really do numbers that are equivalent and maybe even better than we were doing before within a fairly short period of time that's what my hope is treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said they would seek an additional two hundred fifty billion dollars to support a program designed to help small businesses keep workers employ at his evening briefing president trump again said this is going to be a tough week adding more fighting a monster but there are some green shoots of optimism in the hard hit New York area intensive care admissions and ventilator use are way down but New Jersey governor Phil Murphy urges people stay indoors St your home unless you absolutely need to go out or less you're one of the essential workers we need out there to help us get through this thousands of Wisconsin voters are waiting hours in long lines to cast ballots in today's presidential primary they're also violating state home orders to do it I have to come down here today and risk my life to vote and I'm happy to do it because that is my right you may be stuck at home but there's a good show in the sky tonight you're welcome all just say the word and I'll throw a lasso around a George Bailey from it's a wonderful life would be lucky tonight the moon will only be about two hundred twenty two thousand miles away Luna will also be at her fullest tonight as well as closer to the earth than usual a dynamic combo known as a supermoon now says Noah Petro says people need to stay safe while moon gazing as millions are understated home orders over the corona virus pandemic he says use this as a chance to emotionally connect with something that is physically far from us Alison Keyes CBS news the Dow couldn't hold onto a rally today and close down twenty six points nasdaq also fell twenty six this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today when will the St Louis metro area hit its peak in the pandemic I'm Carol Daniels band I'm outlook statement I'm Kevin killing them very highway patrol says slow down it's seen an uptick conspirators during the crisis cable X. traffic and weather together coming up in about five ten the singles area is still two to three weeks away from its peak of coronavirus cases the head of the St Louis Metropolitan pandemic task force thing staying at home will be one of the only ways to keep it under control after Alex Garza is also SSM health's chief medical officer we believe that a surge is coming based on our model's and the only way that we can slow this search down or make it so that our healthcare systems can handle the surgeon patients more appropriately is to decrease the number of people that become infected at the peak eighty eight thousand people out of the metro area is two point eight million population could be infected between thirteen hundred and three thousand will require hospitalization those numbers do not account for people from rural areas outside the metropolitan area who may come to Saint Louis for care Missouri governor Mike parson issues an emergency rule designating first responders who contract cope at nineteen as receiving on duty injuries that means they're eligible for workers compensation Missouri labor director Anna Hughes says without the rule that would be difficult to prove that their illness was job related rule allows first responders who are a quarantined in or become infected by code nineteen to be covered by workers compensation specifically it creates a presumption that a wrist first responders illness was directly related to the performance of their official duties while the rule takes effect April seventeenth Q. says first responders already infected will be covered seventy three more people in Illinois I have died as a result of covert nineteen Illinois governor JB Pritzker sounding out the miglior but still important tone let these numbers today be a terrible reminder that this pandemic is deadly serious so stay at home wash your hands many times a day wipe down surfaces that you use it with any regularity if you must leave your home wear a mask or a bandanna or scarf to cover your nose and mouth the deaths include a man in his eighties from Monreal county and a woman in her eighties from Madison County the state is now also releasing hospital capacity by region today's numbers show about a third of intensive care unit beds available in metro east hospitals seventy in use out of a hundred and five available KMOX news time five oh five the Missouri state highway patrol is warning drivers that there's no corona virus grace period for speeding tickets.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of fifty four hundred eighty nine as of Tuesday's update is far below the sixteen and a half thousand deaths in Italy most of the world right now only the U. S. as a whole and Spain have more positive cases the New York state good all Scott fox news just hours after apologizing for a profanity laced rant against the now former captain of the aircraft carrier teddy Roosevelt acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has stepped down mostly relieved captain Brett crews here of his duties last week after a letter he wrote to his superiors expressing concern about the spread of the virus on board was leaked to the media at least one hundred seventy three sailors aboard the ship had tested positive for corona virus as of yesterday but two thousand of the nearly five thousand crew members have been taken off the ship to be tested this afternoon president trump sat down with CEOs of major companies saying protecting small business during the pandemic is a priority is this is the backbone of our communities when you look and we hear all about the big companies that we know so well but the small companies when added together actually a bigger force ministration will seek an additional two hundred fifty billion dollars to help small businesses keep workers on the payroll Wall Street the close the Dow lost twenty six the nasdaq off twenty five America is listening to fox news the copperhead snake it uses before attacking th but that's not a corporation and that's the sort of and or the fresh water tank overflowing into their black one which is backing into the river and five making for a very different kind of the.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Three hundred eighty seven thousand cases of covert nineteen acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has resigned after calling the ousted commander of an aircraft carrier stupid little dress everyone on board the ship correspondent Barbara Starr's comes one day after that very disturbing audio emerged of mostly speaking to the crew of the Kerrier tech Theodore Roosevelt I wouldn't want where it is important because it's been hit with corona virus British prime minister Boris Johnson is still in intensive care as he battles the coronavirus correspondent bianco bellows in London the prime minister remains stable we understand that he requires oxygen support but not any kind of mechanical ventilation so that is encouraging news given how quickly he deteriorated effect from Sunday night to last night Wall Street retreated today the Dow Jones industrial average closed down twenty six points I'm in case is the world's largest network of proven independent professionals and I have an alphabetical list of them accountants administrative assistant animators architects you get the point when you meet in demand talent on demand up work is how delays along only thirty this report is sponsored by up work what you need in demand talent on demand eastbound I. thirty Jim Miller Brandi record the two left lanes start to back things up beyond that Ferguson curve he spent thirty at FM five forty nine and rock wall that's where they're doing road construction in the left lane that's going to bog you down from two OO five a pork has the world's largest network of proven independent professionals and here's an.
Acting Navy secretary resigns amid uproar over leaked speech
"Acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has resigned a day after apologizing for a profanity laden speech to the crew of a ship whose captain was fired acting navy secretary Thomas moblie submitted his resignation to defense chief mark esper a day after remarks mostly made to the crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt went public Mowgli flick want to meet with the Roosevelt sailors after removing the ship's captain last week for distributing an email asking for help with a corona virus outbreak on the ship Mowgli told the crew captain Brett crozier was too naive or too stupid to lead the aircraft carrier or market Mowgli later
"thomas moseley" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Secretary Thomas Moseley has offered his resignation ABC learning to defense secretary mark esper in the case that led to the removal of former commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt captain Brad crozier mostly speaking to sailors after crozier was removed his intercom speech recorded ABC's Andy field has more from Washington first the acting navy secretary said he stood by every word of his speech to the Theodore Roosevelt crew when he called the now dismissed captain naive and stupid captain Brett cruiser and written to superiors about deadly conditions after crew members contracted the coronavirus weather lead to angering the president and the secretary now the secretary says he's sorry for the comments and is offered his resignation New York has led the nation in the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus and hospitalizations now there are signs of a possible plateau but deaths are still on the rise governor Andrew Cuomo announced the worst day of death yet fifty four hundred eighty nine new Yorkers have lost their lives to this virus seven hundred thirty one is the largest single day increase in deaths but ICU admissions and into basins are down and the three day average of hospitalizations shows a flattening however not getting worse doesn't mean things are getting better Cuomo said social distancing measures must continue while hospitals work at breakneck speed to keep pace Erin cutters he ABC news New York other states seeing an uptick and health officials warn the nation could go through the worst week yet there are hot spots in several major cities like Detroit and Miami and now Washington DC Maryland governor Larry Hogan today early nine thousand cases in Maryland DC and Virginia and one hundred and eighty nine people have died in the national capital region in the past twenty four days governor Hogan says social distancing measures will remain in place and on Wall Street optimism of coronavirus healing driving stocks up again today you're listening to ABC news okay you know how it feels when you've saved enough for that long awaited home addition now imagine in addition on that edition that's the feeling with Capital One we're a new savings account earns an interest rate five times the national average that's right five times as represented by five times more singers.
Acting Navy secretary apologizes for scathing criticism of fired captain
"High level apology I'm rich Dennison fox news the acting navy secretary apologizing for comments made about the fire captain of an aircraft carrier fox's Rachel Sutherland in Washington captain Brad crozier was relieved of command of the USS Roosevelt after a letter was leaked about a growing number of cases on the ship the president told reporters crozier should not have sent a letter but he does not want to destroy somebody for having a bad day I may look into it only from the standpoint that something should be resolved meanwhile acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley has apologized for calling crozier naive and stupid grocers now battling corona virus nearly three hundred sailors aboard the Roosevelt carrier have now been diagnosed with COPD nineteen
"thomas moseley" Discussed on WTOP
"I. that C. three dot A. I. I'm thirty six now acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley is apologized to the navy captain that he removed from command of the USS Theodore Roosevelt that was partially sparked by the captain's report of an outbreak of coronavirus cases on board the nuclear aircraft carrier that went public mostly went on the ship to tell the crew how naive and stupid their commander was later he said he stuck by everything he said although that has now changed the acting navy secretary's apology a complete about face came just hours after president trump said he'd review the decision to relieve captain Brett crozier Mr trump cast the dismissal as a dispute between crozier and the navy's top civilian give to the people and they're arguing and I'm good believe it or not at settling arguments Mr trump said it was a mistake for crozier to send a widely distributed email detailing the coronavirus cases on the carrier but the president seemed sympathetic and vowed to get involved because I don't want to destroy somebody for having a bad day to public officials have received a lot of praise during this crisis that are teaming up now former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is joining Maryland governor Larry Hogan's coronavirus response team politico reports Gottlieb's become one of the most trusted public voices on the virus and governor Hogan's been roundly praised for his candor and leaving Maryland both of been warning Americans to take the virus more seriously governor Hogan says Godley will be invaluable in guiding how and when Maryland can responsibly lift restrictions coming up one states got polls open for primary voting today it's nine thirty seven there will be parties again soon and.
Acting Navy Secretary, Thomas B. Modly, Slams Fired Captain as ‘Stupid’
"The navy secretary who insulted a captain of an aircraft carrier is marching back his comments acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley told the crew of the USS aircraft carrier teddy Roosevelt there els to captain was stupid in an address Monday over the ship's PA system the commanding officer of a ship like this mostly fire captain Brett crows here for sounding the alarm about the need to offload the sailors on board the ship due to a covert nineteen outbreak a letter grows your row wound up with a reporter but now mostly he's put out a statement saying he's sorry for calling Cruz you're stupid he said I do not think captain Brett crows here is naive nor stupid I think it always believed him to be the opposite chill NATO fox
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"And that message was perfectly fine for him to send it to people in his unit commander had a confidential way so they can get acting on it he in fact we could give it directly to me in the sometimes salty addressed to the crew Monday morning acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley said captain crozier deserved to be fired yeah I think that information because it's going to get out into the public in this information age that we live in he was a the commanding officers have like this the crew did not agree and mostly dealt with them too saying bye cheering the captain when he departed the aircraft carrier last week they were overlooking their most basic duty to defend U. S. interests Molly also told the crew the captain betrayed them trail cameras with me with a chain of command you with eight hundred to a thousand people or your shipmates on store right now busting their **** every day to do what they need to do to confirm what they do normal day to get you guys off here the shipmates are being transferred to shore in Guam while those who have the corona virus are getting treatment still many crew members must remain on board to keep it and its many functions operational matters you all know this in my view your captain lost sight of this provides critical information about your status intentionally to draw greater attention to your situation some democratic members of Congress including members of the house and Senate armed services committees say acting secretary moblie should be removed after he unloaded on captain crozier for sounding the alarm about the corona virus representative Elaine Luria herself a navy veteran tweeted that defense secretary mark esper should immediately fire mildly senator Richard Blumenthal concurred and said nobody should be removed unceremoniously while several other members of Congress suggested that moblie simply should resign as for captain crozier he has tested positive for covert nineteen to Naval Academy classmates of his who are close to him and his family said he began exhibiting symptoms before he was removed from the warship on Thursday he is now under quarantine Linda Kenyon Washington nineteen after business is next when American morning returns after.
Navy captain who raised coronavirus alarm relieved of command
"The captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt hit hard by the virus has been relieved of his command by the navy acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley says captain Brad crozier went outside the chain of command by publicly saying what was going on there I could reach no other conclusion the captain crozier had allowed the complexity of his challenge with the covert break out on the ship to overwhelm his ability to act professionally many sailors are now off that
U.S. Navy relieves aircraft carrier commander who wrote letter urging coronavirus action
"The navy removed an aircraft carrier captain from command after he wrote a letter fleeing for help due to a corona virus outbreak on board the USS Roosevelt acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley said I could reach no other conclusion the captain crozier had allowed the complexity of his challenge with the covert break out on the ship to overwhelm his ability to act professionally you're listening to
"thomas moseley" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Carmen Roberts Washington governor Jay Inslee tells people in his state to stay home for an additional month through may fourth the hard truth is that since I announced or stay home stay healthy initiative it was just a over a week ago the number of deaths that we have suffered in the number of confirmed cases has roughly doubled the U. S. navy fires captain Brad crozier on the USS Roosevelt for sounding the alarm about the growing cobit nineteen outbreak on the ship I have no doubt my mind the captain crozier did what he thought was in the best interest of the safety and well being of his crew unfortunately it did the opposite they don't necessarily raise alarms with the families of our sailors and marines with no plan to address those concerns acting navy secretary Thomas Moseley America is listening to fox news connected continues with one oh six one FM talk state officials say sixteen people have died because of the corona virus in North Carolina more than two thousand of tested positive a provider at Cape Fear valley pediatric care is tested positive for covert nineteen Mike Moore reports that practices in Fayetteville reportedly the provider had not been at work since Friday March twenty seventh and was not symptomatic at the time of providing patient care the health department said the risk of exposure to patients seen at the office during the week of March twenty third is a low on Mike Moore BlueCross BlueShield as announced that policy holders who test positive for the corona virus in our state will not have to pay any out of pocket expenses for treatment that includes copayments deductibles and coinsurance the waiver will remain in place through at least June first for more on the coronavirus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I mean G. Norvell.
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
"thomas moseley" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Dot com there's more on the way Lisa Brady fox news house speaker Nancy Pelosi says a two trillion dollar rescue package won't be the last coronavirus build build that we that was passed in the Senate last night and it will take up tomorrow is about mitigation mitigation for those all the laws that we have in our economy while still addressing the emergency health needs he says later they'll be able to focus on recovery meantime no timing yet on that house vote tomorrow the Pentagon says cases of covert nineteen in the military have quadrupled since Friday nearly three hundred service members infected plus dozens more civilians contractors independence and the first case on a warship at sea is expanding fox's Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa nearly two dozen sailors have tested positive aboard the USS Roosevelt which is pulling into go on acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley says all five thousand sailors are slated for testing I'm sure that that we don't believe we were able to contain whatever spread might have occurred there on the ship and but also one of the size of the ship is operationally capable of Roosevelt only has eight hundred test on board in limited testing capacity eight sailors and flown to a hospital in Guam none in serious condition right now Lisa and Rachel the pandemic dominating the latest meeting world leaders which was anything but business as usual thanks to Simon island live in London at least it wasn't unusual summit of world leaders in the G. twenty group of large economies just like millions of workers around the world at the moment the leaders meeting on a video call rather than in person the host nation Saudi Arabia saying the call ended with a promise to work together on increasing funding for the.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Those are the ones that we have in our economy while still addressing the emergency health needs he says later they'll be able to focus on recovery meantime no timing yet on that house vote tomorrow the Pentagon says cases of covert nineteen in the military have quadrupled since Friday nearly three hundred service members infected plus dozens more civilians contractors independence in the first case on a warship at sea is expanding fox's Rachel Sutherland has this live Lisa nearly two dozen sailors have tested positive aboard the USS Roosevelt which is pulling into go on acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley says all five thousand sailors are slated for testing I'm sure that that we don't have we were able to contain whatever spread might have occurred there on the ship and they also emphasize that the ship is operationally capable of Roosevelt only has eight hundred test on board in limited testing capacity eight sailors and flown to a hospital in Guam none in serious condition right now Lisa and Rachel the pandemic dominating the latest meeting world leaders which was anything but business as usual thanks to Simon island live in London and they said it was an unusual summit of world leaders in the G. twenty group of large economies just like millions of workers around the world at the moment the leaders meeting on a video call rather than in person the host nation Saudi Arabia saying the call ended with a promise to work together on increasing funding for the research and development of a vaccine for the coronavirus leaders pledging to present a United front and tackle the pandemic's health social and economic impacts Lisa thank Simon America's listening.
"thomas moseley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The members of the fraternity were not interviewed San Diego police in their investigation the incident is ongoing the navy is announced on MLK day that the next aircraft carrier will not as tradition goes be named for a U. S. president but for the grandson of slaves in the son of sharecroppers sorry Miller was a mess attendant aboard the battleship West Virginia as it lay anchored in Pearl Harbor on that infamous day in nineteen forty one the black sailor was sorting laundry when the bombs started falling against all rules he manned the machine gun pre war war to African Americans were not allowed to have any jobs where they handled any type of lethal force acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley notes that it took months before Miller's actions were officially noted and when President Roosevelt finally awarded him the navy cross there was lots of controversy because of his race Miller died less than a year later aboard another ship sunk by the Japanese but his legacy will live on in the nation's next aircraft carrier the USS Doris Miller but Myshkin CBS news the man bringing James Dean back to life for the forthcoming film wanna give his digital like there's a whole new career leader of the revival of dean for his appearance and finding Jack says he's company will eventually off of the late actor's digital like does for a range of roles in movies TV and video games Johnson caused a stir for many including some visual effects artist who say they are reticent about reviving the dad company that controls dean's life right to say they are heeding the wishes of relatives wanna keep dean's memory alive illegal border crossings and plummeted after the trump administration made more asylum seekers wait in Mexico for hearings in U. S. immigration chords the rob is been most striking on Arizona's border with California arrested there fell ninety four percent from may to October border patrol officials as traffic.
Doris Miller: US Navy aircraft carrier to honour black sailor
"Aircraft carriers are traditionally name for presidents but on this Martin Luther king day the navy says it's next carrier will be named for an African American sailor who overcame segregation to become a decorated war hero Miller was a mess attendant aboard the battleship West Virginia as it lay anchored in Pearl Harbor on that infamous day in nineteen forty one the black sailor was sorting laundry when the bombs started falling against all rules he manned the machine gun pre war war to African Americans were not allowed to have any jobs where they handled any type of lethal force acting secretary of the navy Thomas Moseley notes that it took months before Miller's actions were officially noted and when President Roosevelt finally awarded him the navy cross there was lots of controversy because of his race Miller died less than a year later aboard another ship sunk by the Japanese but his legacy will live on in the nation's next aircraft carrier the USS Doris Miller
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"To be distant five memories i recommend you contact the supply officer for more information on this but please no more death threats about kale ramps but on some more serious matters because that's what this day is about it was thirty five years ago on this very day may twenty fifth that i was sitting where you are and i walked across this very stage and receive my diploma from the secretary of the navy the honorable john layman it was a time in history not unlike the one we are in today after years of neglect and insufficient defense budgets are navy was just beginning to receive the huge shot in the arm that it required to face down the growing soviet threat the national resolve inspired and embodied by president reagan at that time at the time of my commissioning rebuilt our military and most importantly our navy so that the soviet union had no choice but you retreat and eventually collapse into the annals of its own inglorious past in its way came the liberation of millions of people and nations who suffered under communist oppression behind the iron curtain one of those nations was hungary a place where my own father escaped in the late nineteen forties to flee soviet impose tyranny i recall this point in history to you today not because it's personal for me but because of its relevance for you just as i was fortunate to serve under president reagan you should recognize how fortunate you are to be serving today under a commander in chief who believes what president reagan believed that our national security maybe undersecretary thomas moseley there are national security should be guided by the clearest should be guided by the clearest the principles that principle is peace through.