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The U.S. Navy has charged one of its sailors for allegedly starting a fire on a warship that led to its destruction.

The charges, announced Thursday by the Navy, accuse the unnamed sailor of aggravated arson and willfully hazarding a vessel under articles 126 and 110 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, 3rd Fleet spokesperson Cmdr. Sean Robertson told ABC News. The fire set on the USS Bonhomme Richard while it was stationed in San Diego in July 2020 ultimately led to the Navy scrapping the ship, which cost $750 million to build in 1998 ($1.2 billion in 2020 dollars), according to ABC News.

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