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Training, maintenance issues beset overseas US Navy ships

Foreign-based US Navy ships are suffering a slew of problems that are raising risks and impacting military readiness, a government watchdog warned on Thursday in the wake of two deadly maritime mishaps. A review by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that crews are being overworked and undertrained, just as vital maintenance is not being
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