Senior officer on USS Jimmy Carter's secret attack submarine has been relieved of duty due to the & # 39; loss of confidence of Marine in his personal judgment & # 39;
- Bosses & # 39; lost confidence & # 39; in the opinion of Lieutenant Commander Jonathan Cebik
- He was relieved of his duty aboard the secret attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter
- Cebik was previously praised as an & # 39; incredible asset & # 39; by US Rep Joe Courtney
A top US Navy officer was relieved of his duty aboard the super-secret attack submarine USS Jimmy Carter last week after the bosses & # 39; lost confidence in his personal judgment & # 39 ;.
Lieutenant Commander Jonathan Cebik, the former submarine executive officer, was reassigned to another submarine after questions & # 39; were raised & # 39; about his personal behavior.
It is not clear what these questions were exactly.
Cebik was previously praised as an & # 39; incredible asset & # 39; by the American representative Joe Courtney during his promotional ceremony in 2016.
The USS Jimmy Carter, whose home base is in Bangor, Washington, is considered one of the most mysterious and fiercest in the US fleet.
Lieutenant commander Jonathan Cebik was previously praised as an & # 39; incredible asset & # 39; by the American representative Joe Courtney during his promotional ceremony in 2016
Reports have also claimed that the submarine is the most advanced in the navy, with changes affecting it in the & # 39; F-22 & # 39; have changed from the sea.
Cebik reported to the Jimmy Carter on April 30, 2018, according to the Navy Times.
He is one of the leaders of the navy who were fired or reassigned last week, although details about the changes are scarce.
Naval contractor Bryan McGrath told the Washington researcher that the new assignments were not unusual.
He said: & # 39; They happen every year, and they usually happen in small cluster groups. I can't explain that. I don't think anyone can do that. & # 39;
Despite attempts to contact Cebik and the Navy, no further information has been given for his new assignment.
The USS Jimmy Carter nuclear-powered attack submarine is moored in the magnetic attenuation facility at Kitsap Bangor Naval Base in Silverdale, Washington
The USS Jimmy Carter is one of only three 450-foot Seawolf class submarine submarines in its class and is designed to perform secret operations at sea
The Carter has the ability to destroy unmanned submarines and probably split submarine cables
Despite the secret surrounding the USS Jimmy Carter, it made headlines around the world when it returned to the port with a Jolly Roger.
The flag gave rise to speculation that the ship had sunk an enemy, but the captain later claimed it had flown only for morality.
The USS Jimmy Carter is one of only three 450-foot Seawolf class submarine submarines in its class and is designed to perform secret operations at sea.
The ship, larger than its two sister ships, is special because it has lockout rooms and remote-controlled underwater vehicles that are useful in a secret mission
Moreover, the Carter has the option of destroying unmanned submarines and probably splitting submarine cables. It also uses specifically equipped bow thrusters to float off the ocean floor.
It is at an uncertain time when China continues to expand its influence in the South China Sea, Russia launches a new intercontinental nuclear missile and reports North Korea building its own nuclear submarine.
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