Senators call on Pentagon Inspector General to probe Navy carrier commander’s firing
WASHINGTON Two Democratic senators formally required on Friday that the Pentagon’s independent Inspector General quickly open a research into the Navy’s firing in the commander in the Theodore Roosevelt aircraft provider, who called for stronger actions to halt some sort of coronavirus sudden occurence aboard this vessel.
“Given the extraordinary circumstances under which these events took place, we believe a closer examination by a neutral third party is warranted, ” wrote Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Senator Chris Van Hollen involving Maryland, based on a copy from the text observed by Reuters.
“We are especially concerned about Navy readiness to support current and future deployments without all necessary precautionary measures and resources, such as for the USS Ronald Reagan and upcoming deployment of the USS Nimitz. ”