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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The collision of the US destroyer USS McCain with an oil tanker introduced; map shown of recent Navy ship accidents.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jim Sciutto) The preliminary possible cause of the collision of the Navy ship approaching the Strait of Malacca with loss of steering discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Michelle Kosinski) The Navy's response with an operational pause after having four ship mishaps this year, one theory of over-reliance on technology leading to complacency, discussed; map of accidents, including the USS Fitzgerald in Asia, shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Adm. John Kirby about the Navy accidents. [KIRBY - offer views on how the McCain's steering may have had problems, the issue of four naval ship-handling events in the Western Pacific theater; outlines the questions to be asked about he Navy.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Jim, Anderson Cooper,;
- Kosinski, Michelle
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