USS McCain's top officers fired after 'preventable' deadly collision

The US Navy has relieved the USS John S. McCain's top two officers for a "loss of confidence" following the deadly collision in August that killed 10 sailors.
0:42 | 10/11/17

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Two top officers of the USS John McCain have been fired. The navy relieve the commander and executive officer two months after the ship collided with an oil tanker near Singapore. Ten sailors died in that crash the navy calls it preventable send one officer showed poor judgment and the other showed for leadership. Now to the rising tension with North Korea and a new move overnight by US forces to B one bombers flew nighttime missions. Over the Sea of Japan escorted by South Korean and Japanese fighters. Air force calls it the first mission of its kind this comes a day after reports came to light that suspected North Korean hackers. We're able to steal sensitive military secrets including possible war plans by the US and South Korea.

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