USS Anchorage Top Officers Fired After ‘Engineering Incident’

The commanding officer and executive officer of the amphibious transport dock Anchorage were relieved of their duties Tuesday in the wake of an investigation into damage the ship sustained when it returned to its San Diego homeport in March following 

USS Anchorage Commanding Officer Capt. Jeffrey A. Craig and Executive Officer LCDR Joshua Johnson were relieved of their duties due to loss of confidence, the U.S. Navy announced this week. NBC 7's Bridget Naso has the story. (Published Wednesday

USS Anchorage Top Officers Fired After 'Engineering Incident'

The commanding officer and executive officer of the amphibious transport dock Anchorage were relieved of their duties Tuesday in the wake of an investigation into damage the ship sustained when it returned to its San Diego homeport in March following

SAN DIEGO – The Navy has fired two commanders of a San Diego-based ship after maintenance problems were detected in the USS Anchorage's propulsion system. The Navy said Capt. Jeff "Jenny" Craig and Lt. Cmdr. Joshua Johnson were relieved




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