The Navy concluded Friday that it shouldn’t reinstate Capt. Brett Crozier as commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, the ship at the center of the largest coronavirus outbreak to strike the U.S. military.

The ruling marks a reversal from two months ago when the Navy said Capt. Crozier should be reinstated. Adm. Mike Gilday, who had recommended a return to command, said a subsequent investigation found that Capt. Crozier had made several mistakes as the outbreak spread through the aircraft carrier and that he was part of the…

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