A look at what’s ahead for virus-stricken aircraft carrier

WASHINGTON (AP) — The crew of the USS Theodore Roosevelt remains sidelined in Guam with a coronavirus outbreak but is inching toward getting healthy and returning to sea duty. At the same time the fate of the aircraft carrier’s former captain remains unresolved, although the Navy’s top officer has recommended reinstatement of Capt. Brett Crozier. The captain had been fired by the acting Navy secretary, who later resigned. Defense Secretary Mark Esper wants more time to review the matter before deciding whether to reinstate Crozier.