U.S. Navy identifies 7 sailors who died in ship collision off Japan

The Navy called off the search for seven missing sailors Sunday after divers found a number of bodies in the ship’s flooded compartments, including sleeping quarters, Aucoin said at a news conference at the 7th Fleet’s home base in Yokosuka …
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