Hazardous Duty? Or Risk Cover Up ... Did USS Reagan Crew Properly Test Sea for Contamination?

Why did the officers and crew of the U.S.S. Reagan (CVN-76) and other vessels believe that it was safe to operate within the waters adjacent to the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP)? [...]

Navy sailor Lindsay Cooper knew something was wrong when billows of metallic-tasting snow began drifting over USS Ronald Reagan ... snow that was formed by the clash of freezing Pacific air with the plume of radioactive steam from a Fukushima nuclear reactor [...]

Speculation that NSA knew that Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) was covering up the multi-reactor meltdown at the time the Pentagon ordered sailors into harm’s way during “Operation Tomodachi” [...]