"He tried to help us": the crew of the aircraft carrier of the U.S. Navy reported on allegiance to the captain


American leadership fleet accused the recently dismissed captain of the aircraft carrier "Theodore Roosevelt" of professional unfitness due to his mental abilities.


Stupid or naive


The stormy farewell of the crew of this ship with its commander forced to send the highest representatives of the fleet to Guam, where it was moored. And about. Navy Minister Thomas Modley flew to the US Pacific base on Sunday, where he met with aircraft carrier personnel.

As he explained to the crew, their former commander Brett Crozier violated the well-known to all sailors and soldiers UCMJ [Unified Code of Military Justice] by divulging confidential information about the infection of aircraft carrier personnel.

As I believe, if he thought that this information would not be known to the general public on the same day in our information age, then he was either too naive or too stupid to be the commander of such a ship

- Modley explained to the sailors, indicating that Crozier’s actions were a “betrayal of trust”, which he enjoyed on the part of his superiors and team.

As the publication of Task & Purpose, the speech of the acting Minister caused a storm of indignation of the crew and she was constantly interrupted by cries.

What the heck?!

- spoke out one of the sailors after saying about the stupidity of the captain.

He tried to help us.

shouts another sailor.

Love and ships


Against this background, Modley reprimanded the crew for their loyalty to the captain.

I understand that you love this guy. It’s good that you love him. But you should not love him [...] You should only respect him. You do not have to love your job, just do it. You should not expect anything from your commanders, except that they will treat you fairly and put the ship’s [combat] mission in the first place

- said Modley.

And about. The minister pointed out that Crozier’s actions not only exposed the problems of the American fleet in the face of the Chinese threat, but also caused “great controversy in Washington.” According to him, the former captain of the aircraft carrier created the image of a “martyr who did not receive the help he needed.”

Opponents of President Donald Trump, in particular Joe Biden, who is aiming for him, have already taken advantage of this situation. Democrats demand to open an investigation into the removal of Crozier. Support him and the general public.

At present, more than 253 thousand people have signed up to the captain’s reinstatement petition. However, given its popularity, most likely we will soon see him in big politics.

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  1. DMB 75 April 7 2020 07: 58 New
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    more than 253 thousand people signed a petition to reinstate the captain

    Well done sailors. The real sea brotherhood showed ..
    1. LMN
      LMN April 7 2020 08: 17 New
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      Quote: DMB 75
      more than 253 thousand people signed a petition to reinstate the captain

      Well done sailors. The real sea brotherhood showed ..

      Is it okay to blame the captain?
      I mean, the prosecution itself
      1. alexmach April 7 2020 08: 52 New
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        Not quite clear situation. As I understand it, his letter where he asks to take more decisive measures to combat the virus somehow got into the network. Which one? How did the captain’s official correspondence with the command get there? Himself malnourished in order to put pressure on his command? Well, apparently, they fired for this.
        1. Lopatov April 7 2020 09: 04 New
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          Quote: alexmach
          Well, apparently, they fired for this.

          And made the "Great American Hero" in a purely Hollywood style. They like to show such films.

          Another confirmation of the famous phrase Zadorny
          1. Alex777 April 7 2020 11: 15 New
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            Already everyone apologized to the captain.
            And Modley apologized, saying that he was misunderstood.
            And Trump, who initially unconditionally supported the dismissal, said that "..one bad day should not put an end to the career of a brilliant officer." hi
            By the way, the captain himself became infected with the coronavirus.
            So he knew exactly what he was writing to the command.
            1. Shurik70 April 7 2020 21: 35 New
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              Is infected with a coronovirus?
              Well, the end to him.
              For Washington, its "tragic death from the Chinese virus" is an optimal solution.
              Although, if Trump’s opponents want to make an active political figure out of him, he may survive.
        2. voyaka uh April 7 2020 09: 49 New
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          Yes. He published his request in open correspondence, and not through military channels. Thus, breaking the instructions.
          1. Olgovich April 7 2020 10: 24 New
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            Quote: voyaka uh
            Yes. He published his request in open correspondence, and not through military channels. Thus, breaking the instructions.

            So the military did not help.

            He did wrong, but right .....
            1. alexmach April 7 2020 14: 46 New
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              Very controversial. He made the right decision, but as they write around contacting the civil administration through open channels, in that case he was deservedly fired.

              So the military did not help.

              So what?
              1. Olgovich April 7 2020 15: 17 New
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                Quote: alexmach
                So what?

                So I turned already through common channels, realizing that THIS would definitely help.
                What happened.

                He is wrong, but right!
                1. alexmach April 7 2020 22: 08 New
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                  I had no such right
          2. Altona April 7 2020 21: 35 New
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            Quote: voyaka uh
            Yes. He published his request in open correspondence, and not through military channels. Thus, breaking the instructions.

            ------------------------------
            Aleksey, and to notice the problem under the carpet is probably an awesome solution? The captain must have acted in force majeure circumstances, and the instruction probably in this case does not intend to turn into a "Flying Dutchman."
        3. den3080 April 7 2020 11: 12 New
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          Quote: alexmach
          Not quite clear situation. As I understand it, his letter where he asks to take more decisive measures to combat the virus somehow got into the network. Which one? How did the captain’s official correspondence with the command get there? Himself malnourished in order to put pressure on his command? Well, apparently, they fired for this.

          So he turned NOT to the command of the fleet, but to the civilian administration of Guam.
          Well, it's all the same that the commander of a nuclear submarine based in Vilyuchinsk, for example, would write an open letter to the mayor of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky asking for help.
      2. Lopatov April 7 2020 08: 57 New
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        Quote: LMN
        Is it okay to blame the captain?
        I mean, the prosecution itself

        Naturally.
        Information about the possible sky-readyness of such a ship would go under "high" vultures

        So it may be human, he’s right, because apparently the authorities stupidly "cut a fool". But he clearly violated the rules.
      3. rich April 7 2020 15: 18 New
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        US Navy Carrier Crew Reported to Captain for Loyalty

        It’s good that they reported, not buried winked
      4. dedusik April 7 2020 21: 14 New
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        Quote: LMN

        Is it okay to blame the captain?
        I mean, the prosecution itself

        Naturally normal - there is a Charter
    2. Finches April 7 2020 08: 29 New
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      This phrase touched me very much - "caused by his mental abilities" As we have said, they will not be appointed commander of du.raka, but they can appoint them! laughing
      1. dedusik April 8 2020 14: 55 New
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        Acting Secretary of the U.S. Navy Thomas Modley resigned the night before. This was the culmination of a dramatic story with the dismissal of the commander of the American aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, Brett Crozier, who was removed from office by Minister Modley after sending out a letter in which the ship's captain asked the command of the Navy to take "decisive measures" to contain the outbreak of the Covid-7 coronavirus on board aircraft carrier cruiser. The contents of the letter leaked to the media, which served as the reason for the resignation of Crozier.
        Read more: https://eadaily.com/en/news/2020/04/08/ministr-uvolen-kulminaciya-koronavirusnogo-skandala-v-vms-ssha
        1. dedusik April 8 2020 14: 57 New
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          Acting Secretary of the U.S. Navy Thomas Modley apologized to former captain of the American aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, on which the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus occurred. This happened a few days after Modley criticized the captain of the aircraft carrier in front of his crew. The comments of the head of the US Navy were preceded by the dismissal of the ship's captain Brett Crozier. Modley also apologized to the crew of the aircraft carrier and the Crozier family. This happened a few hours after the opposite statement and. about. US Secretary of the Navy, in which he noted that he supports every word he said earlier, reports today, April 7, Voice of America.
          Read more: https://eadaily.com/en/news/2020/04/07/strasti-po-koronavirusu-na-avianosce-ssha-izvineniya-uvolennomu-kapitanu
        2. dedusik April 8 2020 14: 59 New
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          Theodore Roosevelt is currently in port on the island of Guam (located in the Western Pacific), 79 percent of crew members have already passed coronavirus tests. In 230 sailors, the test showed a positive result. In total, the aircraft carrier team at the time of the incident included about 5000 people.
          Read more: https://eadaily.com/en/news/2020/04/08/ministr-uvolen-kulminaciya-koronavirusnogo-skandala-v-vms-ssha
  2. LMN
    LMN April 7 2020 08: 00 New
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    Some kind of nonsense.
  3. knn54 April 7 2020 08: 16 New
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    But what about ship doctors? It turns out that they could not give clear recommendations. Hence, let’s say. and the captain's panic.
  4. Baloo April 7 2020 08: 17 New
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    Not an American or a sailor, but I think that the captain was wrong. This is still a navy, not a pleasure liner. There had to be some instructions to be in his safe like that of a doctor in such a case.
    1. orionvitt April 7 2020 08: 36 New
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      Quote: Balu
      There must have been some instructions

      There are instructions, and I suspect that the captain followed them. Just there was a leak of information and cones from the "white house", the captain made an extreme. The case has already gained a political turn. After all, an entire aircraft carrier was temporarily out of order. But for me it is so that the more he is out of order, the better the whole world. So let them bite.
    2. Avior April 7 2020 08: 37 New
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      He had an instruction. But really it was impossible to fulfill, he wrote about it.
    3. Mylenef April 7 2020 08: 38 New
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      I am the same, I believe there were no instructions for such a case
    4. den3080 April 7 2020 11: 45 New
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      Quote: Balu
      Not an American or a sailor, but I think that the captain was wrong. This is still a navy, not a pleasure liner. There had to be some instructions to be in his safe like that of a doctor in such a case.

      You watch the movie. Some kind of makhnovshchina on the ship. The meeting. Right now, the "soldier" committee will be chosen.
  5. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 08: 18 New
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    Actually, the captain is a disgrace, arranged a concert because of a hundred people with snot, well, they would have sneezed and recovered, not cholera, an alarmist
    1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 08: 47 New
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      Quote: 2013 Reader
      well, would have repaired and recovered, not cholera, alarmist

      Sneezed?
      These numbers do not mean anything?
      [Quote] Total death toll from Covid-19 in Spain - 12418 man and the total number of confirmed cases of infection is 130759. [/ quote]
      It was necessary to wait when they begin to die?
      1. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 08: 53 New
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        And you read the statistics of the Ministry of Health, for the same period since the new year 2019, compared with 2020, in Moscow the mortality rate is 9% less, they are completely gone with this virus
        1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 08: 57 New
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          for the same period from the new year 2019, compared with 2020, in Moscow the mortality rate is 9% less,

          What does it have to do with it?
          I gave you the mortality figures for the fact that this is a deadly virus, and not "snot, well, would have sneezed and recovered"
          People really die from him
          1. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 09: 00 New
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            This despite the fact that mortality from this virus is comparable to SARS or influenza
            1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 09: 03 New
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              Quote: 2013 Reader
              This despite the fact that mortality from this virus is comparable to SARS or influenza

              I tell you one thing, you tell me something else.
              People could die, and you were talking about
              Yes, at least that. People got a deadly disease. There is no way to isolate everyone. So there is a threat of infection of the entire crew.
              What is the difference what virus, if the whole crew can suffer?
              1. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 09: 07 New
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                Yes, it’s not a fatal disease, it’s a normal seasonal flu and the crew won’t have anything, they’re like a couple of weeks with snot
                1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 09: 10 New
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                  Quote: 2013 Reader
                  Yes, it’s not a fatal disease

                  Again
                  "The total number of deaths from Covid-19 in Spain - 12418 man and the total number of confirmed cases of infection is 130759. "
                  This is two months.
                  Can you imagine what could have happened in such a closed space with so many people?
                2. gsev April 7 2020 13: 05 New
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                  [quote = Reader 2013] Yes, it’s not a fatal disease, the usual seasonal flu and nothing
                  I will not squander, resemble snot a couple of weeks [/ quote
                  Look at the ratio of survivors and deceased from coronovirus in the UK. Having studied this ratio, you will understand how great the risk of death is in the absence of medical care in a limited space. For the United States, there are no threats now to risk the loss of the crew of a nuclear aircraft carrier. Trump's delay has caused an outbreak of the virus in the United States, which will be 10 times higher than the outbreak in the PRC. Trump's delay in isolating patients on an aircraft carrier and carrying out disinfection could damage the US Navy, which it has not suffered over the past 10 years from all US enemies.
              2. alexmach April 7 2020 09: 13 New
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                So there is a threat of infection of the entire crew.
                What is the difference what virus, if the whole crew can suffer?

                Here's another thing, even if they don’t die, everyone is young and relatively healthy (although this happens), then in any case, if the whole crew gets sick in the middle of the ocean, they will definitely make the ship sky-ready and can theoretically even lead to an accident or some other disaster. .
                The main question is where the leak of information to the press came from, if it got what it deserved from the captain, if from somewhere else - then the situation is not clear at all.
                1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 09: 21 New
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                  Quote: alexmach
                  in any case, a massive sickness in the middle of the ocean will surely make the ship sky-ready

                  This is what I am trying to prove.
                  The disease is mortally dangerous, but he is trying to prove that "there will be nothing for the crew, they are like snot for a couple of weeks"
                2. Lopatov April 7 2020 09: 23 New
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                  Quote: alexmach
                  will make the ship face-to-face

                  Solved.
                  Drive the patients to insulators somewhere in the holds, transfer the new crew from the support vessel by helicopters.
                  Yes, while mortality will be much higher. But the aircraft carrier is combat ready.

                  The question, in fact, is in this price, the price of the ship’s combat efficiency. The captain was the one who is willing to pay much less than his superiors. For which he suffers.
                  1. Serg65 April 7 2020 10: 50 New
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                    Drive patients to isolation facilities somewhere in holds

                    Five and a half thousand to drive into the holds ??? Gdezh, Shovels, find such holds there ????
                    1. alexmach April 7 2020 14: 38 New
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                      Well, let's not drive into the holds and take them out with the same helicopters. That's just the problem - a new crew in a week may also begin to sneeze and cough
        2. syndicalist April 7 2020 09: 12 New
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          But nothing that they prefer to consider this mortality from the number of cases, and not on completed cases? Or is there any certainty that none of the sick will die? In completed cases, less than 5% recover in the UK and the remaining 95% die.
        3. Serg65 April 7 2020 10: 42 New
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          Quote: 2013 Reader
          completely gone crazy with this virus

          This is a confined space! In a couple of weeks, there will be no one to raise a flag on this aircraft carrier! Everyone will be in snot, sneeze and lay down! God forbid death will not come!
        4. Cheerock April 7 2020 22: 52 New
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          And why should she be much more if so far only 31 two hundredth, and the rest of the houses are sitting and even get less under cars? Do not confuse cause and effect.
          1. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 23: 04 New
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            Well, what kind of epidemic is it, if a couple thousand are sick, and 12 or 30 died out of 130 million
            1. Cheerock April 7 2020 23: 08 New
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              Quote: 2013 Reader
              Well, what kind of epidemic is it, if a couple thousand are sick, and 12 out of 130 million

              But do you need like in New York, 600 dead per day and a mortality rate of 30%?
              1. Reader 2013 April 7 2020 23: 26 New
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                Have you noticed that the media just started to escalate? Something like that, with fires in Siberia. About the same fires in Australia, poor koalas and kangaroos also scribbled non-stop, every damn day. Where are these worried kangaroos now?
                From seasonal flu every year, in the world, according to WHO, kills between 300 and 000 people. Almost 700 people died from swine flu, with nearly 000 million infected
                1. Cheerock April 8 2020 11: 45 New
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                  According to laboratory data, about 18,500 people died from swine flu according to WHO. All other numbers are estimations and extrapolations. According to the WHO’s “crown”, there are already 82,161 for 3 months (statistics have been collected since January 22) and 7,500 fresh deceased over the past XNUMX hours under conditions of universal movement and strict quarantines around the world. This is what I see in numbers.
                  I’ll go read - how Johnson feels there. He also said to the whole country a month ago that the main thing is to sing "happy shameless things" while you wash your hands and everything will be fine.
      2. Lopatov April 7 2020 09: 07 New
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        Quote: Lipchanin
        It was necessary to wait when they begin to die?

        Do you know why up to 30% of personnel are released on layoffs?
        Even if they “begin to die,” the aircraft carrier will remain combat-ready.
        1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 09: 25 New
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          Quote: Spade
          Even if they “begin to die,” the aircraft carrier will remain combat-ready.

          And if in the middle of the ocean the whole aircraft carrier gets infected? Everyone will have a fever.
          Will he be "combat ready"?
          1. Lopatov April 7 2020 09: 43 New
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            Quote: Lipchanin
            And if in the middle of the ocean the whole aircraft carrier gets infected? Everyone will have a fever.
            Will he be "combat ready"?

            During the Cold War, there was a method of quickly restoring the combat effectiveness of tank units that were hit by a neutron weapon. And with us, and with the Americans. Helicopter transfer of new crews that will unload the dead and dying from tanks and take their places ...
            1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 09: 48 New
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              Quote: Spade
              During the Cold War, there was a method of quickly restoring the combat readiness of tank units,

              Yes, this is not about that. We are talking about the fact that the disease is deadly.
              That the whole crew could have become infected
              The fact that the captain was not able to prevent the spread of infection.
              Transfer of new crews by helicopters that unload the dead and dying from tanks and take their places ...

              Should the captain have brought the situation to this?
              1. Lopatov April 7 2020 10: 35 New
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                Quote: Lipchanin
                Yes, this is not about that. We are talking about the fact that the disease is deadly.
                That the whole crew could have become infected

                So what?
                There are methods to maintain combat readiness even in such a situation.
                Yes, I repeat again, they are fraught with a much greater danger to the crew. However, if necessary, can be applied.
                1. Lipchanin April 7 2020 10: 55 New
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                  Quote: Spade
                  There are methods to maintain combat readiness even in such a situation.

                  Again, about your combat readiness ...
                  People in peacetime REALLY could die.
                  He asked only to pick up the sick so that the rest of the crew would not be infected and so that helicopters did not have to import another
                  He asked for help in the fight against infection
                  I did not want to turn the aircraft carrier into a floating morgue.
                  Do you have any idea how much teat could take and how long it takes to disinfect such an aircraft carrier?
                  So is it easier to evacuate patients, or then the whole crew?
            2. gsev April 7 2020 13: 13 New
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              Helicopter transfer of new crews that will unload the dead and dying from tanks and take their places ...

              For an infected aircraft carrier as a result of such measures, it is very likely that instead of one diseased crew, after 10 days you will have 2 sick crews.
            3. bondrostov April 7 2020 14: 48 New
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              What kind of nonsense? Induced radiation will kill the shift crew. Re-read fantastic book?
        2. Serg65 April 7 2020 10: 57 New
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          Quote: Spade
          Do you know why up to 30% of personnel are released on layoffs?

          Release where? At sea or in port? In case of alarm and the ship’s readiness to go to sea after 2 hours, 90% of those laid off ashore will be found and returned on board!
          Quote: Spade
          Even if they “begin to die,” the aircraft carrier will remain combat-ready.

          The point is not that they will begin to “die,” but whether they will be able to carry out combat duty? Will the same pilot, with a temperature below 40, perform a flight mission?
      3. Antokha April 7 2020 14: 03 New
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        Sneezed?
        These numbers do not mean anything?

        Do not speak. It is necessary to indicate the numbers corresponding to the controversy, namely specifically from this aircraft carrier. These are not at all the same people as pensioners from Spain and Italy.
    2. Lopatov April 7 2020 09: 18 New
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      Quote: 2013 Reader
      Actually, the captain is a disgrace, arranged a concert because of a hundred people with snot, well, they would have sneezed and recovered, not cholera, an alarmist

      Why is it immediately an alarmist?
      Once, when preparing to fight the USSR, the Americans allowed losses in their European grouping of up to 70%. And it was considered acceptable. But then the tendency "to protect the personnel", "to protect each person". And the Americans are really trying to follow it. Like us, by the way

      So, based on the setting “protect each person”, the captain acted correctly. Started to beat the bells
      However, the authorities, apparently, began to fool. By incorporating the imperatives of the Cold War. With "permissible losses that do not affect combat effectiveness".

      The captain experienced a cognitive dissonance between the proclaimed principle of "protect everyone" and the requirements of "completing a task at any cost." And he dumped the correspondence to a public court.
  6. Dart2027 April 7 2020 08: 19 New
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    And about. The minister pointed out that Crozier’s actions not only exposed the problems of the American fleet in the face of the Chinese threat, but also caused “great controversy in Washington.”

    I recall the groans of our liberals that they say, "we have nothing to do with mere mortals, but there !!!" How about "saving Private Ryan" not in the movies, but in life?
    And the captain did well, was not afraid.
    1. Maki Avellevich April 7 2020 08: 31 New
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      Quote: Dart2027
      And the captain did well, was not afraid.

      the captain is not well done. the captain just had good intentions.
      in the case when a high-ranking officer fundamentally disagrees with the order, he cannot go to the press!
      yes, he can resign and thus reveal his categorical approval of the authorities.
      were a precedent.
      and the fact that he made one smells of undermining discipline in the army, which is a very dangerous and fraught action.
      1. Dart2027 April 7 2020 08: 38 New
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        yes, he can resign and thus reveal his categorical approval of the authorities

        And what will change from this? Is he escaping an infected ship?
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          Quote: Dart2027
          Quote: Maki Avellevich
          yes, he can resign and thus reveal his categorical approval of the authorities

          And what will change from this? Is he escaping an infected ship?

          and the fact that the commander’s fashion will not go from sergeant to mapshal get out of the control of the General Staff.
          if the army is not needed then let them do what they want. if on the contrary, if you please execute orders.
          Gd sees I myself a couple of times idiotic received orders in the service (swearing, found workarounds but executed formally.
          some of them endangered the lives of themselves and their colleagues.
          but the state of non-fulfillment of ones leads to collapse.
          I’ll give an example to the order of 12 soldiers to guard tractors near Rammala, which were not needed (as it turned out) in 2000. 5 nights with gunfights when the hills are above you.
          everyone understood the dullness of the order, but no one arranged for manifestos for journalists.
          There are incompetent commanders in any army, this is not a reason for anarchy.
          1. Dart2027 April 7 2020 09: 52 New
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            and the fact that the commander’s fashion will not go from sergeant to mapshal get out of the control of the General Staff.

            According to Modli, Crozier was removed from office due to loss of confidence: he did not contact his immediate superior, who was with him on the aircraft carrier, but sent a letter to 20-30 recipients, among whom were not only his leaders from the Navy. Modley stressed that he does not know who leaked the letter, but believes that Crozier did not make sure that it remained a secret.

            In March 2020 he sent command the report on the outbreak of the coronavirus on board the aircraft carrier and suggested that the crew be evacuated, since the living conditions on the warship do not allow sailors to maintain a safe distance. “It will require a political decision, but it will be the right decision. We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die. If we don’t take action now, we won’t be able to properly take care of the most valuable resource - our sailors ”

            https://meduza.io/feature/2020/04/03/my-ne-na-voyne-moryakam-ne-nuzhno-umirat
            The captain turned to the leadership of the Navy, and not to the newspapers, which is by no means a sign of anarchy, and his reasoning that they are not at war and to ruin the crew for the sake of Pontus is stupid, looks quite reasonable.
      2. Avior April 7 2020 08: 59 New
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        He did not go to the press
        He wrote to the command, not to the newspaper.
        The crew found out about the letter and there was a leak from the press
        1. Maki Avellevich April 7 2020 09: 05 New
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          Quote: Avior
          The crew found out about the letter and there was a leak from the press

          here from here in more detail.
          the crew took it and found out about the correspondence of the commander with the command. for whom does he keep everyone around.
          the captain does not understand the meaning of discipline but is also a fool who sends the text of correspondence to his team.
          how did he get a carrier at all ...

          ps ordinary is also forbidden to go to the press.
          some kind of mess and not a warship.
          1. Avior April 7 2020 09: 09 New
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            Somewhere in the history of posts I have a link to the original article in the Chronicle.
            The commander wrote a letter and sent to his superiors exactly how the team found out, including the text; it’s not entirely clear, but found out and wrote about the commander’s approval in social networks, it was read by newspaper men, who then contacted the sailors on the aircraft carrier on anonymous terms. The commander himself did not write to the newspaper and did not say anything to them.
            1. Maki Avellevich April 7 2020 09: 11 New
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              Quote: Avior
              how exactly the team found out, including the text, is not entirely clear,

              Yes. not really.
              but I’m quite clear. the captain himself leaked everything that would hit the press.
  7. Ros 56 April 7 2020 08: 33 New
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    As elsewhere in the world, the authorities poked his nose into the poop, immediately became objectionable. He is not the first, he is not the last. Hold on to the sailor.
  8. Sayan April 7 2020 08: 33 New
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    Normal cap, great crew - respect ... albeit enemies ...
  9. Doctor April 7 2020 08: 35 New
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    Now the main thing is that there would be no unstable dude with weak mental abilities in the Ohio commander’s chair.
  10. Avior April 7 2020 08: 35 New
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    Aircraft carrier captain - cuts the eye.
    The commander was absolutely right in trying to ensure the necessary measures for the crew, especially taking into account the peace period, but he was wrong in leaking information.
    And the bosses will hiccup, I think, this story.
    Although they, too, were right in their own way, trying to maintain the ship's combat efficiency at least at the minimum level, with a reduced crew
    1. Maki Avellevich April 7 2020 08: 55 New
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      And the bosses will hiccup, I think, this story.

      And how!
      com he will receive such a fleet of fleets, for what is happening in his household. It will be the bottom of the boat only to manage a retired yacht.
  11. Keeping April 7 2020 08: 38 New
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    Soon we will see him with a Russian passport as Stephen Seagal, Roy Jones or a deputy like Jeff Mons ...
  12. Andrea April 7 2020 08: 44 New
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    The captain on the ship is God's deputy, and the Ship's charter is the Bible, and if he did not fulfill his mission, he is dear to him.
    Here the essence is different ... if he did not make attempts to rectify the situation through military channels, but immediately turned to the press, it was a treason, if he broke his forehead against the bureaucrats, he had a direct way to the court to restore his rights!
    1. Avior April 7 2020 08: 56 New
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      He didn’t go to the press at all, he wrote to the command, but they found out about the letter in the crew and wrote in social networks.
      1. Maki Avellevich April 7 2020 09: 09 New
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        Quote: Avior
        He didn’t go to the press at all, he wrote to the command, but they found out about the letter in the crew and wrote in social networks.

        do you believe that ?? peeped over your shoulder when in the light of the lamp on the bridge the message was pissing?
        1. Avior April 7 2020 09: 11 New
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          I read the very article with which it all began, I do not need to believe or not.
          And I recommend you read
  13. alexmach April 7 2020 08: 48 New
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    What a healthy fool this aircraft carrier is.
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      Look at the photos of the Prelude FLNG plant - it's a fool fellow 6 (!) Times heavier than an aircraft carrier, length - almost 590 m.
  14. Operator April 7 2020 09: 04 New
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    The radical evangelist Pence (concurrently US Vice President) bypassed the personal rating of Presbyter Trump (concurrently the US President) laughing
  15. grandfather_Kostya April 7 2020 09: 26 New
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    I understand that you love this guy. It’s good that you love him. But you should not love him [...] You should only respect him. You do not have to love your job, just do it. You should not expect anything from your commanders, except that they will treat you fairly and put the ship’s [combat] mission in the first place

    Looks a lot like programming combat robots.
  16. Minotavrik April 7 2020 09: 29 New
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    Actually, the captain is a disgrace, arranged a concert because of a hundred people with snot, well, they would have sneezed and recovered, not cholera, an alarmist

    How do you propose providing the crew of the warship with ventilation devices and resuscitation modules? I doubt that the ship’s infirmary was designed to fight infectious diseases. At all times, the infection on board the ship was a nightmare of commanders ....
  17. K-50 April 7 2020 09: 46 New
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    Maybe it seems to me alone, but soon the dismissal reports will begin to arrive from this aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt. what
  18. svp67 April 7 2020 10: 01 New
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    At present, more than 253 thousand people have signed up to the captain’s reinstatement petition. However, given its popularity, most likely we will soon see him in big politics.
    He will no longer be allowed to serve normally in the Navy, so that he can calmly go into politics, now he can choose whom he will join the Democrats or Republicans
  19. Dmitry Zverev April 7 2020 10: 24 New
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    Friends, let's use the right marine terminology. Navy warships have no captains, but commanders. Captains command civil courts.
    Now to the point. If the commander is not able to ensure the combat readiness of the ship entrusted to him in peacetime, then how will he act in real combat? The answer is obvious. This is too large a ship to be commanded by a mediocre officer, a guy on the board, a universal favorite.
    However, we will not advise anything to a potential enemy, let their fleet fall apart. Let the good guys command them, who will not offend flies.
    1. Gato April 7 2020 11: 42 New
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      let's use the right marine terminology. Navy warships have no captains, but commanders.

      Let's. These are commanders in our Navy — in the American, British, and others who copy-paste them — captains.
      1. Dmitry Zverev April 7 2020 14: 49 New
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        In English, the “commander” is the commander, the “skipper” is the captain. Like we have.
        1. Gato April 8 2020 01: 52 New
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          In English, the “commander” is the commander, the “skipper” is the captain. Like we have.

          Who do we have? Commander is a military rank corresponding to our cautorank or lieutenant colonel. Appeared in the English fleet specifically for frigates, because the whole captain is inappropriate. A "skipper" in the navy is not used at all, except as a slang.
  20. Gato April 7 2020 11: 36 New
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    The captain realized that in any case, he would be appointed guilty, so he decided to enlist the support of the public. Which, in fact, he succeeded. The staffs are slightly bowed, and he is all in white and on the bridge.
  21. Storekeeper April 7 2020 12: 10 New
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    I read an interview with Marshal Yazov about the Caribbean crisis. It was his regiment that guarded our missiles in Cuba. So he said that from the regiment in the ranks he had less battalion !!!! The remaining soldiers and officers were in the dignity of the unit with various skin diseases and could not cure them. There are tanks, armored personnel carriers, artillery, but there is no one to fight !!! So this information was released only in the 90s. And then the whole world knows that an aircraft carrier is walking in the sea on which an epidemic is rampant! The captain is definitely wrong. But the crew are young! For the normal boss stood up the wall. Definitely a "respect"!
  22. faterdom April 7 2020 14: 26 New
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    "... and the tears of many sparkled ..."