The U.S. Navy is bulking up its Port Hueneme, Calif., facility with additional power stations to support the final drydocking of the USS Enterprise aircraft carrier before its nuclear fuel is removed. U.S. Navy Seabee Mobile Utilities Support Equipment (Muse) technicians will utilize three recently completed 2500kVA substations to aid the shipyard in the process for the Navy’s oldest and largest nuclear-powered carrier, which is slated to undergo its final defueling availability in June ...
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