WASHINGTON — Inadequate training for sailors, poor leadership and high demands for ships at sea in the the Pacific will be key areas for naval investigators as they seek answers for the second deadly collision in two months, according to experts and officials.
Meanwhile, recovery of the missing sailors from the USS John S. McCain has been complicated by strong currents and poor visibility.
Those efforts will likely take significantly longer than the effort involving the USS Fitzgerald in June. Bodies of the seven sailors from that ship were recovered the next day. While some remains have been found on the McCain, many sailors remain missing.
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