Five people remain hospitalized a day after a Navy big-deck amphibious assault ship caught fire in San Diego.
The move is the latest in the military's effort to prevent racial division in the ranks.
The Marine Corps and Navy are tightening the dress code for troops assigned to the National Capital Region and the Pentagon.
The memorial service included a "silent protest" of what the group says is Air Force's lack of a response.
U.S. Army Special Operations Command would not identify the soldier, but confirmed that she graduated.
The amphib is docked at Naval Base San Diego, where it's undergoing routine maintenance.
Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle recently completed the service's Tactical Air (Strike) training program in the T-45C Goshawk.
Catching a child who was dropped from a burning building was just Phillip Blanks doing his job.
The Sumo 41 families were greatly disappointed with the numerous redactions in the report.