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Force Structure: Ship Rotational Crewing Initiatives Would Benefit from Top-Level Leadership, Navy-wide Guidance, Comprehensive Analysis, and Improved Lessons-Learned Sharing
The Navy faces affordability challenges as it supp

 
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By Janet St. Laurent (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 72
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437906028

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The Navy faces affordability challenges as it supports a high pace of operations and increasing ship procurement costs. The Navy has used multiple crews on some submarines and surface ships and has shown it to increase a ship’s operational availability. This report evaluates the extent to which the Navy, for ship rotational crewing, has: (1) employed a comprehensive mgmt. approach; (2) developed and implemented guidance; (3) systematically collected, analyzed data, and reported findings; and (4) systematically collected and used lessons learned. To conduct this work, the author analyzed DoD and Navy documentation and best practices for transformation, conducted focus groups, and interviewed DoD and navy officials. Includes recommend. Illus.

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