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Navy Shipbuilding: Significant Investments in the Littoral Combat Ship Amid Substantial Unknowns about Capabilities, Use, and Cost
Michele Mackin (au)
The Navyäó»s Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) consists of the ship -- called a seaframe -- and mission packages, which provide combat capability. LCS is intended to be reconfigurable to perform three primary missions: surface warfare; mine countermeasures; and anti-submarine warfare. The Navy currently plans to buy 52 seaframes, including two variants being constructed at two U.S. shipyards, and 64 mission packages. The total estimated acquisition cost is about $40 billion in 2010 dollars. This report assessed the status of the LCS program. It examines (1) the progress and challenges associated with seaframe and mission module production, development, and testing; and (2) the soundness of the Navyäó»s business case for the integrated LCS program. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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