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USS Ronald Reagan Commanding Officer Speaks Out on Crew Radiation Exposure

Capt. Jim Morgan (middle), Deputy Commander Destroyer Squadron 7, coordinates search and rescue (SAR) efforts with Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force Capt. Iwasaki (right), commander of Escort Flotilla 1, aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).
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Above: Capt. Jim Morgan (middle), Deputy Commander Destroyer Squadron 7, coordinates search and rescue (SAR) efforts with Japanese Maritime Self Defense Force Capt. Iwasaki (right), commander of Escort Flotilla 1, aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76).

I know a lot of you out there have loved ones on the USS Ronald Reagan, and you’re probably a little freaked out about the news that some members of the crew were exposed to radiation as they flew off the Japan coast. Well, the commanding officer of the Reagan has written a letter of reassurance on Facebook. (Read more)

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