Andrew Dyer

San Diego Union Tribune

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San Diego Union Tribune reporter covering the military and veterans.

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Captain Brett Crozier was removed as commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt in early April for sounding the alarm over a coronavirus outbreak on his San Diego-based aircraft…

Navy captain gets fired over COVID-19 whistleblowing. Officials say he should be reinstated

Captain Brett Crozier was removed as commanding officer of the USS Theodore Roosevelt in early April for sounding the alarm over a coronavirus outbreak on his San Diego-based aircraft…

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Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher was charged with war crimes for killing an ISIS captive and shooting civilians in 2017.

What San Diego Navy SEALs are saying about the changing story of Edward Gallagher

Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher was charged with war crimes for killing an ISIS captive and shooting civilians in 2017.

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During a town hall meeting this weekend, California Congressman Duncan Hunter admitted to taking a photo with an enemy corpse while he was deployed.

How a Navy Seal accused of war crimes gained the support of politicians

During a town hall meeting this weekend, California Congressman Duncan Hunter admitted to taking a photo with an enemy corpse while he was deployed.

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