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US & Canada · Washington

Former Marine Trevor Reed credits Biden for his release

56% Center coverage: 16 sources
Trevor Reed, an American citizen recently freed after more than two years imprisoned in Russia, says he does not believe the U.S. participation in prisoner swaps to bring Americans home should be controversial. Reed: I don't believe the United States' participation in prisoners swaps should be controversy.See the Story
US & Canada

Navy investigation finds submarine crash in South China Sea was 'preventable'

77% Center coverage: 13 sources
The accident happened on Oct. 2 in international waters in the Indo-Pacific region. Investigators said the grounding happened as a result of "an accumulation of unit-level errors and omissions" The Navy is "urgently" implementing these improvements across the submarine force, they said.See the Story
US & Canada

Navy investigation finds submarine crash in South China Sea was 'preventable'

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
USS Connecticut was forced to sail on the surface for *** week to reach Guam. Commander Cameron al Jilani and two others were removed from their positions. The Western pacific based Seventh Fleet said in *** statement after *** damage assessment in Guam, the vessel will return to the US submarine base in Bremerton Washington for repairs.See the Story
U.S. Navy · Fiji

U.S. Navy climate plan calls to curb emissions, electrify vehicle fleet

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Climate Action 2030 is part of the Biden administration's wider goal of decarbonizing the economy by 2050. The plan offers little detail on how to broadly reduce emissions or switch to alternative fuels. It spurs officials to report in 90 days to Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro ways to adapt to climate.See the Story
U.S. Navy · Plymouth

Former US Navy man jailed for touching young girl he 'groomed'

John Kelly, 42, admitted to sexually touching a young girl on two occasions. Court heard how he effectively 'groomed' the girl, leading to the offences. Former US Navy man felt 'unworthy to live' following his arrest, court heard. Judge sentenced Kelly to a four year and four month prison sentence.See the Story
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Navy unveils climate action strategy but glosses over carbon emissions from ships and planes

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
U.S. Navy unveils climate action plan, but it doesn't address reduction of carbon emissions from ships and planes. Bulk of Navy's CO2 emissions come from ships, but those platforms are the hardest to decarbonize. Still, Navy says it should be able to reduce its overall emissions by 65% by 2030.See the Story
U.S. Navy · Salem

Salem Native Serves The U.S. Navy in Nation’s Capital

A native of Salem, Virginia, is currently stationed in the nation’s capital serving with Naval Support Activity Washington. Petty Officer 2nd Class Whitney Hooker attended Rogers High School in Puyallup, Washington, and graduated in 2017. Today, Hooker uses skills and values she used growing up.“Growing up I learned I would need to make sacrifices,” said Hooker.This continues to help Hooker while serving in the military.See the Story
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A US Navy Submarine Smashed Into an ‘Undersea Mountain’ (Was It Avoidable?)

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
The U.S. Navy has completed an investigation into an accident involving one of its submarines, the USS Connecticut,  that hit an undersea mountain in the South China Sea last October. Investigators concluded that the accident was preventable.  The Navy determined that the submarine grounded after it ran into an uncharted sea feature. Its report said the crew […]See the Story
U.S. Navy · Pattaya City

U.S. Navy formally hands over unmanned aircraft system to the Royal Thai Navy

The RQ-21A Blackjack is an unmanned and unarmed aircraft system designed for maritime intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The program includes five aircraft, two ground control stations, launch and recovery equipment, and in-house training. The U.S.-Thai alliance ensures a free and open Indo-Pacific that is vital to regional peace and stability.See the Story

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