US submarine commander fired after South China Sea crash.

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Summery

Commander Cameron al-Jilani and two others were removed from their posts on Thursday following an investigation into the October 2 crash.

Explanation

The US Navy has fired the commanding officer, executive officer, and top enlisted sailor of a nuclear-powered submarine that crashed into an underwater mountain on October 2, saying the accident was preventable.

Commander Cameron Aljilani and two others were removed from their positions on Thursday following an investigation into the crash in the disputed South China Sea.

The USS Connecticut was forced to sail on the surface for a week to reach Guam.

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/11/5/us-submarine-commander-fired-after-crash-into-sea-mountain

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