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Removal of fired USS Theodore Roosevelt commander’s name from plaque causes uproar


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Whoever removed Capt. Brett Crozier’s nameplate aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt set off a social media storm this week.

Crozier steered the carrier through a coronavirus episode in March that ended with then-Navy Secretary Thomas Modly relieving him of command. Crozier’s firing elicited an immediate backlash felt from the carrier deck to Capitol Hill.

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