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December 1, 1996
A Navy security guard on routine rounds found an explosive device in the living quarters of an aircraft carrier at a San Diego military base about 1 a.m. Saturday, a naval spokesman said. Those in that area of the ship were evacuated and a disposal team disabled the device without incident, Lt. j.g. Charles Brown said. The matter remains under investigation, and no arrests have been made, said Brown, who had no further details about the device.
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December 1, 1996
A Navy security guard on routine rounds found an explosive device in the living quarters of an aircraft carrier at a San Diego military base about 1 a.m. Saturday, a naval spokesman said. Those in that area of the ship were evacuated and a disposal team disabled the device without incident, Lt. j.g. Charles Brown said. The matter remains under investigation, and no arrests have been made, said Brown, who had no further details about the device.
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August 9, 1986 | JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writer
The family of a San Diego fisherman who drowned last spring under mysterious circumstances off San Clemente Island filed a $10.8-million lawsuit Friday against the U.S. Navy, contending that the man died after stray Navy explosives struck his boat. The suit, filed in federal court here, alleged that Boyd Reber of San Diego and crewman Frank Germano of Ventura died Feb. 25 in an explosion of either a missile or live ordnance fired by sailors in target practice off San Clemente Island.
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August 9, 1986 | JANNY SCOTT, Times Staff Writer
The family of a San Diego fisherman who drowned last spring under mysterious circumstances off San Clemente Island filed a $10.8-million lawsuit Friday against the U.S. Navy, contending that the man died after stray Navy explosives struck his boat. The suit, filed in federal court here, alleged that Boyd Reber of San Diego and crewman Frank Germano of Ventura died Feb. 25 in an explosion of either a missile or live ordnance fired by sailors in target practice off San Clemente Island.
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March 15, 1989 | KEVIN RODERICK and JANE FRITSCH, Times Staff Writers
The FBI has summoned an expert in terrorist explosives to San Diego to help investigate last week's bombing of a van owned by Navy Capt. Will Rogers III, a federal source said Tuesday as the cruiser Vincennes sailed for the first time since the incident. Hours before Rogers took the Vincennes to sea, a bomb threat was called in to the La Jolla private school where his wife, Sharon Rogers, is a teacher. A search found no evidence of a bomb, and San Diego Police Lt. William L.
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March 15, 1989 | KEVIN RODERICK and JANE FRITSCH, Times Staff Writers
The FBI has summoned an expert in terrorist explosives to San Diego to help investigate last week's bombing of a van owned by Navy Capt. Will Rogers III, a federal source said Tuesday as the cruiser Vincennes sailed for the first time since the incident. Also Tuesday, a bomb threat was called in to La Jolla Country Day School, where Rogers' wife, Sharon, works, just before 10 a.m. Lt. William L.
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