US Navy charges sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme ...

US Navy charges sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme ...
US Navy charges sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme ...
US Navy charges sailor with arson for fire that destroyed the $750M USS Bonhomme Richard, injuring 63 sailors and civilians The Navy has not released the name of the sailor, who was a member of the ship's crew at the time Officials said the sailor 'is accused of starting the fire' and that 'evidence collected during the investigation is sufficient to direct a preliminary hearing'  Vice Admiral Steve Koehler, the Third Fleet commander, is considering court-martial charges and directed a preliminary hearing to determine further action The disastrous blaze began July 12, 2020 while the Bonhomme Richard was docked in San Diego and burned through 11 of the ship's 14 decks  There were 63 people injured in the fire, including 40 sailors and 23 civilians 

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The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor with arson for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July.

The U.S. Navy has not released the name of the sailor, who was a member of the ship's crew at the time, according to a news release.

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Officials said on Thursday that the sailor 'is accused of starting the fire' and 'evidence collected during the investigation is sufficient to direct a preliminary hearing.' 

Vice Admiral Steve Koehler, the Third Fleet commander, is considering court-martial charges and has directed a preliminary hearing to determine any further action, as required by the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July

The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July

The U.S. Navy has not released the name of the sailor, who was a member of the ship's crew at the time

The U.S. Navy has not

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