Military Inquiry on Japanese Boat NPR's Tom Gjelten reports on today's opening of a military inquiry into the sinking of a Japanese fishing boat by a U.S. Navy submarine. Nine people died in the accident. The outcome of the proceedings could change the way individual responsibility is defined in the modern military.

Military Inquiry on Japanese Boat

Military Inquiry on Japanese Boat

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NPR's Tom Gjelten reports on today's opening of a military inquiry into the sinking of a Japanese fishing boat by a U.S. Navy submarine. Nine people died in the accident. The outcome of the proceedings could change the way individual responsibility is defined in the modern military.