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Navy orders submarine crews to review navigation safety following undersea collision


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Submarine crews have been ordered to review navigation safety as the U.S. Navy continues to investigate a nuclear-powered vessel’s undersea collision last month.

The commanders of U.S. Submarine Forces and Submarine Forces Pacific – Vice Adm. William Houston and Rear Adm. Jeffrey Jablon – sent a joint message to the Navy’s submarine crews on Wednesday declaring a “navigation stand-down,” Submarine Forces spokesman Cmdr. Paul Macapagal told Stars and Stripes in an email Thursday.

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