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U.S. Navy Reports on Deadly Ship Collisions

Bryan McGrath

On November 28th, Bryan McGrath appeared on the Defense and Aerospace Report to discuss the U.S. Navy’s reports on incidents involving four warships, including two collisions that killed 17 sailors.

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