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Defense Logistics: Navy Needs to Develop and Implement a Plan to Ensure that Voyage Repairs are Available to Ships Operating Near Guam When Needed
Brian J. Lepore (au)
Unscheduled ship maintenance and repairs is a high priority for the U.S. Navy. Such repairs are sometimes beyond the capability of the ship’s crew to perform; cannot be deferred; and must be made at a remote location. In 1995 it was recommended that the former Naval Ship Repair Facility on Guam be closed. The Navy leased the property to the Guam Econ. Dev’t. and Commerce Authority, which sub-leased the property to a private shipyard. In Jan. 2007 the Navy recommended allowing the private shipyard’s lease on Navy land to expire in 2012. This report determines the extent to which the Navy has: (1) identified future ship repair requirements at Guam; and (2) identified and assessed options to address those requirements. Includes recommendations. Illus.
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