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Navy’s top officer says morale high aboard Rota-based destroyers, following critical Pentagon report in March

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NAVAL STATION ROTA, Spain — The Navy is becoming more adept at balancing the well-being of sailors on destroyers deployed to Europe with the demands of defending U.S. and NATO interests, according to the service’s top officer.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Michael Gilday told Stars and Stripes that the crews aboard the ships are benefiting from modifications to their training schedules and a shift in focus to the work that commanding officers believe is most important to the ship and its mission.

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