While the cost for completing Nimitz-class refueling and complex overhaul (RCOH) work was lower than expected, U.S. Navy officials want to do a better job of meeting deadlines. So far, RCOH work has “underran” cost targets, representing a “good return on investment” for the Navy and contractors doing the work, says Rear Adm. Thomas Moore, program executive officer for aircraft carriers. But meeting deadlines has been a different matter. “We haven’t delivered one on time,” Moore tells ...

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