U.S. Navy Prioritizes Ship Total Ownership Costs, Maintenance

As the U.S. Navy battens down for stormier financial seas, the service is looking for ways to reduce the total ownership costs for its vessels and bolster ship maintenance as a way to save money and retain its fleet force, says Vice Adm. William Burke, deputy chief of naval operations for warfare...

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