Dakota Rigsby is the in the beginning sailor to be named as a victim of the disaster, which happened 56 miles south west of Yokosuka in the prematurely hours of Saturday.
He and six other sailors were found dead in their nod off cabins after the USS Fitzgerald was struck by the 29,000-ton container get out ACX Crystal on Saturday.
Two sleeping compartments, the captain’s cabin and an engine latitude were flooded when the container ship tore hit the navy receptacle.
Damage caused by the deadly collision was evident when the USS Fitzgerald was hauled back into port
Joseph Aucoin commanded the ship would have sunk if not for the crew’s quick efforts
The US Fleet’s Seventh Fleet commander Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin put about the £1.1billion ship would have sunk if it were not for the body’s quick efforts to save it.
It was eventually towed back to its base in Yokosuka by US tug vessels after a 16-hour struggle.
Today Admiral Aucoin said that the detriment “is something we all feel” and it could be up to a year until the ship sails again.
The disturbance left seven dead
The US and Japan have launched investigations into how a depart as large as the ACX Crystal could crash into the USS Fitzgerald in clear adapts.
Marine traffic records have revealed the Filipino cargo rowing-boat made a sudden U-turn 25 minutes before the collision but it is not well-defined why.
It was eventually towed back to its base in Yokosuka
Three of the 285 US gang members, including the ship’s commanding officer Bryce Benson, were insult.
Mr Bryson is in a stable condition in the US Naval Hospital in Yokosuka.
The other two escaped with offends and bruises.