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Submarine Hearing

A senior Pacific Fleet captain who was on board the U.S. submarine Greeneville the day it sank a Japanese fishing trawler off the shore of Hawaii was back on the stand today in the Navy's court of inquiry into the incident. The captain was expected to say the civilians on board did not interfere with the sub's crew and procedures. Noah Adams talks with NPR's Andy Bowers, who is covering the trial.

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