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    Re: US Navy switches AIS ON
    From: Michael Bernhardt
    Date: 2017 Sep 21, 20:27 -0700

    It's my understanding that the Navy stated outright that these incidents were not the result of hacking. Meaning that there was a training deficiency or an lax environment that led to these incidents, resulting in needless deaths, and millions of dollars in damages to two US warships, further more 6 or 7 Naval Personnel have been relieved, and countless others reprimanded. I think this far from over.

    There can be a combination of many root causes and I think they are still ironing it all out. 

    Training deficiencies 

    Relaxed environment 

    Complacency 

    High Operations Tempo

    Burn out of personnel 

    Poor Command Leadership 

    Mike                                                                                                                                                 TSgt, USAF Retired                                                                                                                    Aircrew Life Support                                                                                                                       "Your Life Is Our Business"

       
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