US navy destroyer USS Porter damaged in collision in Strait of Hormuz
How Could The Navy Destroyer Collision Happen? : NPR
Audio from bridge of USS Porter during collision at sea
The ship ran aground on a coral reef , damaging both the ship and the reef. The incident received wide press coverage in Hawaii, in part because of the damage caused to a sensitive coral environment, and also because the stranded ship was within sight of Honolulu off the airport. Navy investigation found that the grounding was caused by a combination of a misread navigation system, a sleep-deprived commanding officer, broken equipment, and an inexperienced and dysfunctional bridge team. Commanding officer Captain John Carroll was relieved of duty and disciplined. Three other officers and one enlisted sailor were also disciplined.
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