Captain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFPCaptain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFP
Captain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFP

Aircraft carrier Captain Brett Crozier complained about coronavirus policy. The US Navy has confirmed his demotion

  • ‘The spread of the disease is ongoing and accelerating,’ Crozier wrote on March 30. ‘We are not at war. Sailors do not need to die.’
  • After a two-month investigation, the Navy decided Crozier would not return to the USS Theodore Roosevelt
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Captain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFPCaptain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFP
Captain Brett Crozier addressing the crew for the first time as commanding officer of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt. Photo: Handout via AFP
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