Deadly Navy Collisions in Western Pacific Were ‘Avoidable:’ Top Navy Officer 1 234 567

Deadly Navy Collisions in Western Pacific Were ‘Avoidable:’ Top Navy Officer

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Two collisions involving U.S. Navy destroyers and commercial vessels in the western Pacific earlier this year were “avoidable” and happened due to lax standards and poor preparation, according to the Navy’s top officer.In a report made public on Wednesday, the Navy concluded that “numerous failures” on the part of leadership and the crews contributed to the deadly events. They included failing to plan for safety as well as failures in adhering to sound navigation practice and executing...

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