(MEDIAITE) You may remember two months ago how Captain Brett Crozier was fired after sounding the alarm about the coronavirus spreading on the USS Theodore Roosevelt.
Then-Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly sent out a widely-panned message defending that decision to the ship’s crew — a message he subsequently apologized for before he ended up resigning.
In late April, there was talk that top Navy officials recommended Crozier be reinstated.
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But according to multiple reports Friday, the Navy has upheld Crozier’s firing.