That is the question facing the chain of command of the former CO of the USS Guardian. Defense News reports, here, that the grounded minesweeper will be dismantled piece by piece and removed from a reef in the Phillipines. The cause appears to be faulty digital navigation charts:
The U.S. Navy also revealed Jan. 18 that the digital navigational chart in use by the Guardian misplaced the correct location of the reef by about eight nautical miles. The Navy and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, producer of the digital charts, reviewed more then 3,700 digital charts and, in addition to the Tubbataha Reef error, found another mistake off the coast of Chile. Both errors have since been corrected, and the Navy’s chief navigation official has declared his confidence in the accuracy of the digital charts.
But, still, dismantling your ship? Yikes!