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Military Readiness: Navy Needs to Assess Risks to Its Strategy to Improve Ship Readiness
Sharon L. Pickup (au)
In 2010, the Navy concluded that decisions it made to increase efficiencies of its surface force had adversely affected ship readiness and service life. To improve ship readiness the Navy developed a new strategy, which includes several initiatives. House Report 112-78, accompanying a proposed bill for the FY 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (H.R.1540), required this review of the recent Navy initiatives. This report assesses (1) how the Navy evaluates the material readiness of its surface combatant and amphibious warfare ships and the extent to which data indicate trends or patterns in the material readiness of these ships; and (2) the extent to which the Navy has taken steps to improve the readiness of its surface combatant and amphibious warfare ships, including implementing its new readiness strategy. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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