A Navy jury has demoted a diver in connection with the training deaths of two sailors in Maryland.
An Army scuba diver’s death last January at an Aberdeen Proving Ground test pond near Baltimore was an accident apparently linked to his rapid ascent after he started losing air, according to a spokeswoman and a report released Friday.
Four elite Navy divers appear in military court–officially charged in the deaths of two men at Aberdeen’s Super Pond. Military prosecutors say they were responsible for ordering the deadly training exercise.
The deaths of two divers at Aberdeen Proving Ground sent shockwaves through the military. Now the Navy is charging four sailors with crimes relating to the tragedy.
The Navy announces punishment for five sailors after an investigation into the deaths of two divers at the Aberdeen Super Pond.
A military judge is investigating the deaths of two divers at Aberdeen Proving Ground and whether two officers should be charged criminally for the tragedies.
An Army safety agency said Wednesday it has finished its field investigation into the Jan. 30 death of a civilian who was doing underwater maintenance of a weapons-testing pond at Aberdeen Proving Ground near Baltimore.
In wake of two accidents that claimed the lives of two Navy divers and one civilian, the Aberdeen Test Center Underwater Explosion Test Facility has been closed indefinitely for all military and civilian dive operations.