Commander of U.S. Navy Submarine Training School fired


San Diego (AP) —The commander of the Navy’s Submarine Training School was fired less than a year after employment due to “loss of confidence and confidence in his commanding ability” announced Friday.

After the investigation, Cmdr. Jared Severson was released on Thursday and under the command of Lieutenant Cmdr.Chris Lindar will replace him as the head of the submarine training facility at the Navy’s naval base Point Loma. publication Said.

Lindahl was an executive officer of the facility.

No other details are provided.

The submarine training facility, according to its website, provides basic to advanced guidance to both submarine and surface ship officers and enlisted members.

Severson commanded the training school in June. According to the Navy, he was relocated to San Diego’s submarine squadron 11.

Severson previously commanded Submarine Development Squadron 5 in Silverdale, Washington.

Severson is from Colorado. According to his biography, he joined the Navy in 1999 and embarked on the USS Jimmy Carter, USS Connecticut, and USS Anapolis submarines.

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