Good summary here: How the Navy's response to an aircraft carrier's coronavirus outbreak spiraled out of control and led Trump's top Navy official to resign What really gets me is that he is under fire for emailing multiple Navy leaders, including some who are outside his chain of command. So if the information then got leaked, shouldn't the first order of business be to find out which Navy leader is leaking information sent to him by ship captains, and then come down hard on THAT guy? Has our navy not improved it's ethics any since haranguing Capt. McVay of the USS Indianpolis to the point of suicide? Glad to see the acting secretary Modly has stepped down, but now they need to do right by the current captain, and others like Adm. Baker need to be held to account as well. Sad to see that Trump has taken the wrong side on this too, especially the laughable hypocrisy of saying "he shouldn't be talking that way in a letter."