Waivers For LCS Set Class Apart From Other U.S. Navy Ships

Dozens of U.S. Navy-approved “deviations,” or waivers from service-required manning and other associated regulations over the past six years since construction began, mark the Littoral Combat Ship as a different breed of ships, according to a 2011 Navy document justifying the waivers. The waivers...

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