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Navy commander says virus-struck aircraft carrier crew 'struggling' after captain's firing

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Washington (CNN)The top Navy admiral overseeing the virus-stricken aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt tells CNN in an exclusive interview that he found some sailors "struggling" and "upset" after their commanding officer was relieved of duty by the ousted acting navy secretary who was forced to resign over the matter.

The commander of the 7th Fleet, Vice Admiral Bill Merz, also told CNN that a better job could have been done communicating with crew members about the virus and how the Navy was handling it. https://www.cnn.com/2020/04/10/politics/navy-commander-carrier-crew-struggling/index.html

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