US Navy | All eyes on US Navy bid to reform and boost readiness after collisions

All eyes on US Navy bid to reform and boost readiness after collisions

The US Navy is reviewing what needs to be done in the face of vast commitment across the Asia-Pacific and worldwide after a series of embarrassing and tragic accidents in 2017

April 12, 2018 1:56 PM (UTC+8)
The USS Theodore Roosevelt leads US and Singapore navy ships in the South China Sea on April 6. The US carrier is due to be deployed with the US 7th Fleet area for maritime security operations. A training exercise on April 10 came ahead of a port call in the Philippines, one of several nations which disputes Beijing's claim to the strategic waters. Photo: AFP/ US Navy/ Anthony J Rivera
The USS Theodore Roosevelt leads US and Singapore navy ships in the South China Sea on April 6. The US carrier is due to be deployed with the US 7th Fleet area for maritime security operations. A training exercise on April 10 came ahead of a port call in the Philippines, one of several nations which disputes Beijing's claim to the strategic waters. Photo: AFP/ US Navy/ Anthony J Rivera
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