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Parents of sailor who died by suicide on USS George Washington blast Navy’s ‘ridiculous’ response


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The parents of a sailor who died by suicide while on board the USS George Washington – one of the seven crew members who have died in the past year, including four by suicide – on Wednesday blasted the Navy’s response to the crisis as “ridiculous.

John Sandor and Mary Graft, the parents of Master at Arms Seaman Recruit Xavier Hunter Mitchell Sandor, told CNN’s Brianna Keilar on “New Day” that their son did not provide much detail about the conditions on the carrier but said the experience was “awful.”

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