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President Donald Trump hugs the American flag.

The Pentagon took the White House to task for trying to hide the destroyer USS John S. McCain during Trump’s visit

The Department of Defense told the White House to keep politics out of the military. The White House, however, insists it did nothing wrong.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS John S. McCain (DDG 56) is towed to the pier at Fleet Activities (FLEACT) Yokosuka.

Sailors from the destroyer USS John S McCain were reportedly turned away from Trump’s Memorial Day speech

Not only did the White House request that the USS John S. McCain be "out of sight" for Trump's speech, but McCain sailors were reportedly turned away.
The USS John S. McCain achieved a major milestone Tuesday as it left dry dock 15 months after a fatal collision.

The US destroyer McCain is returning to sea following a deadly collision 15 months ago

The USS John S. McCain left dry dock in Yokosuka, achieving a major milestone as the crew continues making repairs after a fatal 2017 collision.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald, damaged by colliding with a Philippine-flagged merchant vessel, is seen at the U.S. naval base in Yokosuka,, Japan June 18, 2017.

Here are the details of the 2 deadly crashes that led to negligent homicide charges for US Navy officers

The USS Fitzgerald and the USS John S. McCain both collided with civilian ships in the summer of 2017.

Time-lapse video shows damaged destroyer USS John S. McCain loaded aboard massive heavy-lift ship

The McCain, damaged in a collision in late August, has to be moved to Japan, but it isn't seaworthy, so a heavy-lift vessel is needed.

This is the massive ship that will take the damaged USS John S. McCain back to Japan

The McCain remains unseaworthy, but the Navy plans to transport it from Singapore to Japan for repairs.

The Navy’s 4th accident this year is stirring concerns about hackers targeting US warships

US Navy guidance systems are highly secure, but a spate of accidents at sea are drawing attention to vulnerabilities in maritime navigation systems.