U.S. Navy Saves Money By Fixing Ships After Delivery

While the U.S. Navy would rather not see deficiencies in the ships that contractors deliver to the service, it makes more economic sense to fix the ships later than to refuse to accept the vessels until the problems are addressed, shipbuilding officials say. “At delivery we are making a value...

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