After Outbreak on Carrier Roosevelt, Many Have Antibodies
A C.D.C. study found that some sailors showed protection against the coronavirus three months after the onset of symptoms.
Virus Concerns Flare Up Again on Stricken Carrier Roosevelt
For the second time in about a month, some crew members are sounding alarms aboard the Theodore Roosevelt.
Navy Leaders Recommend Reinstating Roosevelt Captain Fired Over Virus Warning
Capt. Brett E. Crozier, who was removed from command after sending a letter pleading for help to fight the coronavirus on his aircraft carrier, was largely cleared after Navy review.
Navy May Reinstate Fired Captain to Command of Roosevelt
Adm. Michael Gilday has indicated that he may reinstate Captain Crozier, who was removed from command after pleading for more help fighting a coronavirus outbreak on his ship.
Sailor on Roosevelt, Whose Captain Pleaded for Help, Dies From Coronavirus
The death came as Navy officials continued to struggle to combat the infection that has crippled the nuclear-powered Theodore Roosevelt, now docked in Guam.
‘There Will Be Losses’: How a Captain’s Plea Exposed a Rift in the Military
The coronavirus crisis aboard the carrier Theodore Roosevelt spurred another chapter in the hollowing out of the Navy’s leadership, in particular under the Trump administration.
How an Island Oasis Became the Navy’s Coronavirus Epicenter
An outbreak aboard an aircraft carrier has left local officials in Guam to contend with the arrival of hundreds of infected sailors, while they also try to protect the island’s population.
Acting Navy Secretary Resigns After Outcry Over Criticism of Virus-Stricken Crew
Thomas B. Modly’s departure is the latest in a string of events that engulfed the Navy in a public relations disaster.
Audio Recording Captures Acting Navy Secretary Criticizing Ex-Captain and Crew
In a profanity-laced reprimand, the acting Navy secretary, Thomas B. Modly, criticized the fired captain of the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt and rebuked sailors for cheering for him as he left the ship.
Acting Navy Secretary Slams Fired Captain as ‘Stupid’
Thomas B. Modly addressed the crew of the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt in a speech that one crew member described as “whiny, upset, irritated, condescending.”
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