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The U.S. department of the Navy is ditching the touch-screen controls on a destroyer following a fatal collision involving the USS John S. McCain and the USS Fitzgerald.
In the United States of america Naval Institute website reported that in the Navy, it is important for the hunters to return to a physical gas, and conventional rudder control system in the next 18 to 24 months.
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The USS Fitzgerald was in a collision with a commercial vessel off the coast of Japan in June 2017, with the deaths of seven AMERICAN sailors. The USS John S. McCain, was in collision with a merchant tanker in the vicinity of Singapore, in August of 2017. The collision caused severe flooding of the dock, which led to the death of 10 sailors.
The U.S. Navy’s guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain is seen following a collision in Singapore waters, Mar. 21, 2017.
A research study at the USS McCain incident, the National Transportation Safety Board found that the probable cause of the crash was “a lack of effective operational control of your life … which in turn resulted in inadequate training, and inadequate bridge operating procedures.” The NTSB report, as well as an internal Navy investigation, I noticed that the destroyer’s touch screen operation was very complex, and that the sailors do not fully understand how the system works.
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“The AMERICAN Fleet, Force the in-depth Review of the surface force, the incidents have provided recommendations for improving the quality of the surface and the ship, bridge systems, and the integration is,” a Marine spokesman told Fox News in a statement via e-mail. “The Navy is on it’s way to the community, the bridge configuration on the surface of the vessel, and, where possible, in order to standardize the layout and ease of use of the ship classes.”
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The spokesman explained that, as part of this effort, the Navy decided last year to consolidate the acquisition authority for the water and the ship, bridge systems, and the design of the Naval Sea Systems Command.
Fox News is Ryan Gaydos and Bradford Betz contributed to this article.
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