FILE- In this Sept. 10, 2016, file photo. Adm. William Moran speaks during the Commissioning of the USS Montgomery in Mobile, Ala. Moran, the Navy admiral set to become his service's top officer on Aug. 1, 2019, says he will instead retire. The extraordinary downfall of Moran was prompted by what Navy Secretary Richard Spencer on Sunday, July 7 called poor judgment. Spencer faulted Moran for having a professional relationship with a person who had been disciplined for what Spencer called

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IG describes ‘poor judgement’ that forced would-be Navy boss to retire

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Admiral picked to lead Navy is retiring; bad judgment cited

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Navy to build new simulation facilities to deter further ship collisions

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Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer attends a Senate Armed Services hearing Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Navy says its readiness is improving, but progress is fragile

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Navy gets savvy with contracting rules to avoid maintenance problems due to CR

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Navy says it’s wasted $4 billion on continuing resolutions since 2011

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Behind deadly Navy collisions, a ‘bad gamble’ on an overstretched fleet

Navy knew it was “accepting risks” at least two years ago when it decided to press ahead with more demanding forward deployments in the Asia-Pacific, despite…

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Thousands of new hires coming to NAVSEA with omnibus

The Navy plans on hiring for work in shipyards now that it has funds to maintain its fleet.

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Military leaders say Pentagon’s hiring freeze exemptions don’t fully resolve civilian workforce concerns

Pentagon said exemptions to President Donald Trump’s 90-day hiring freeze were not necessarily a resolution for civilian Defense employees, as some agencies are still waiting for guidance on how to implement the provisions.

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