After 2017 Collisions, What is the Navy Doing to Reduce Sailor Fatigue and Workloads?

Thursday, May 27, 2021
After 2017 Collisions, What is the Navy Doing to Reduce Sailor Fatigue and Workloads?

After 2017 Collisions, What is the Navy Doing to Reduce Sailor Fatigue and Workloads?

After two separate collisions involving U.S. Navy ships in 2017, which resulted in the deaths of sailors, the Navy found that overworked, fatigue sailors and training deficiencies contributed to the accidents. Since then, the Navy has taken steps to address these issues. Today we'll get an update on the Navy's efforts from GAO’s Cary Russell.