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Former Navy commander living with guilt apologizes for a deadly tragedy 20 years ago


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HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Feb. 9 is the anniversary of the Ehime Maru tragedy and the former commander of the US submarine has written a heart-wrenching letter to the victim’s families.

Retired US Navy Commander Scott Waddle said he hopes the families of those who died on the Ehime Maru, Uwajima Fisheries High School training vessel will read the open letter and understand he hasn’t forgotten what happened at sea.

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