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Navy attempts to tackle ‘Frankenstein’ of shipboard systems in response to vessel collisions

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The Navy’s comprehensive review into last year’s fatal collisions involving the U.S.S. John McCain and U.S.S. Fitzgerald identified shortfalls in training, planning and basic seamanship standards as contributors to the deaths of 17 sailors, and the service is already taking corrective actions to reinforce the basics of navigation and teamwork. https://federalnewsradio.com/defense-main/2018/01/navy-attempts-to-tackle-frankenstein-of-shipboard-systems-in-response-to-vessel-collisions/

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