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Coming Up In SEAPOWER
SPECIAL FOCUS: MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL
Coverage will include:
■ Out of the Water: The art and science of dry docking a Navy ship.
■ At Loose Ends: How skippers and crews manage time in the shipyard.
■ A Matter of Cost: Considering maintenance as part of ship design.
■ Trident Refit: Facilities that keep the missiles ready.
■ Ship to Shore: Keeping AAVs, Humvees and LAVs up to date and
■ Readiness Rates: Maintenance challenges as V- 22 demand increases.
■ Fleet Fixes: Aging cutters and reclaiming lost steaming hours.
ALSO IN NOVEMBER
■ Interview: VADM Terry J. Benedict, director of the Navy’s
Strategic Systems Programs.
■ Maritime Domain Awareness: Challenges faced by the Malaysian
Maritime Enforcement Agency.