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Littoral Combat Ship: Additional Testing and Improved Weight Management Needed Prior to Further Investments
Michele Mackin (au)
Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) represents an innovative approach to Navy acquisitions and operations, consisting of a ship -- called a seaframe --and reconfigurable mission packages. These packages provide combat capability to perform three primary missions: surface warfare; mine countermeasures; and anti-submarine warfare. The Navy plans to buy no more than 32 seaframes in two variants from two shipyards, and 64 mission packages, with an estimated acquisition cost of over $25 billion in 2010 dollars. This report examines (1) knowledge that the Navy has gained since GAO issued a report on the LCS program in July 2013; and (2) outstanding acquisition risks with the LCS program. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Secret Agenda: One Manís Fight Against High-Tech Terrorists & Their Biological & Nuclear Weapons of Mass Destruction
Years of Renewal
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Essential Tibetan Buddhism
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