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Coming Up In SEAPOWER
SPECIAL FOCUS: MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL
Seapower’s November issue will include a special report on
“Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul” as well as a special section featuring the annual Navy League Corporate Membership Directory.
COVERAGE WILL INCLUDE:
n Interview: Rear Adm. James P. Downey, deputy commander, Surface
Warfare, and commander, Navy Regional Maintenance Center.
n Cecil Field: Boeing’s depot returns Hornets to the fleet.
n Readiness: The impact of maintenance backlogs on deployments.
n Corrosion Control: New technologies and materials.
ALSO IN NOVEMBER
n A Push into the Pacific: Vice Adm. Ron Lloyd discusses the way
forward for the Royal Canadian Navy.
n Harnessing the Wind: Maritime implications of offshore wind projects.
n Renewable Energy: What’s available when wind isn’t an option.
n Growing Pains: Concerns arise with operations at expanded