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The investigation was launched at Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday's request after he reviewed the results of a preliminary inquiry into the outbreak prompted by then-acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly’s removal of the ship’s commander in April.

@NPR  After Capt. Brett Crozier's emotional letter pleading for a more decisive response to his ship's COVID-19 outbreak leaked on March 31, he was removed as the ship's skipper on April 2 by then-acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly.

@USNavy  Capt. Brett Crozier was abruptly removed from the USS Theodore Roosevelt earlier this month by acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly, who resigned days later: #N13COVID19 

How it all fell apart for Thomas Modly in seven days that included a two-plane, 50-hour trip to chastise a fired skipper aboard his COVID-stricken aircraft carrier. Inside the Wild Final Week of the Acting Navy Secretary | @navybook , @MarcusReports 

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Acting Navy secretary Thomas Modly alluded to this as he announced that he was ousting Crozier for “bad judgment” in sending the message. Modly said it went to Crozier’s “task group commander (Baker), to Admiral Aquilino, to the Air Boss (Miller).” 6/

navy secretary thomas modly'>Then-acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly removed Crozier earlier this month after the captain wrote a letter to Navy leaders suggesting some 50 sailors on his ship could die from the coronavirus. Modly has since resigned from his post.

navy secretary thomas modly'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly took his $243,000 trip to the COVID-19 ravaged USS Theodore Roosevelt before formally asking for approval to use extra pilots to accommodate his schedule, according to documents and a Navy official.

navy secretary thomas modly'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly took his $243,000 trip to the COVID-19 ravaged USS Theodore Roosevelt before formally asking for approval to use extra pilots to accommodate his schedule, according to documents and a Navy official.

navy secretary thomas modly'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly took his $243,000 trip to the COVID-19 ravaged USS Theodore Roosevelt before formally asking for approval to use extra pilots to accommodate his schedule, according to documents and a Navy official.

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Wow. navy secretary thomas'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted his resignation a day after a leaked audio showed him calling the ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew.

Following an outpouring of support for U.S. Navy Captain Brett Crozier and outcry over his removal, navy secretary thomas'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has revealed that Crozier is being reassigned rather than discharged.

JUST IN: navy secretary thomas'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted his resignation a day after leaked audio revealed he called the ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew

BREAKING: Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly has offered to resign after facing backlash for calling an ousted Navy captain “stupid."

BREAKING: navy secretary thomas'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted his resignation after calling the ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew

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Scoop: navy secretary thomas'>Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted his resignation a day after a leaked audio showed him calling ousted commander of USS Theodore Roosevelt "stupid" in address to ship's crew, a US official and a former senior military official tell me.

Acting U.S. Navy Secretary Thomas Modly said Captain Brett Crozier exercised poor judgement in writing the letter about coronavirus outbreak on USS Theodore Roosevelt and has been removed from command

Breaking: Acting Navy secretary Thomas Modly offers to resign over handling of virus-stricken aircraft carrier

Acting Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly blasted the now ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, Capt. Brett Crozier, as "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew Monday morning, in remarks obtained by CNN.

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