The crew of the guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald unveiled a commemorative flag honoring the Sailors who died in a collision in the Sea of Japan two years ago. The flag was designed by current crewmembers, and features the call to “Don't Give Up The Ship” along with the names of the seven sailors who died on June 17, 2017. The flag was raised after morning colors on the anniversary of the collision and as a part of a remembrance ceremony. The National Ensign and the Union Jack were also raised on the ship for the first time since November 2017. The USS Fitzgerald is currently being restored and is expected to return to the fleet after repairs are complete. It left dry dock in April 2018 and was successfully launched and moored pier side at the Huntington-Ingalls shipyard. Read more at Navy.mil.