The U.S. Navy is so confident that it is on track with repairs necessary to deploy the first Littoral Combat Ship (LCS-1), the USS Freedom, to Singapore next year that the service has already begun to focus more on honing the overall LCS program and the development of the ship’s mission modules, says the admiral in charge of the effort. The service is just about ready with Freedom, which recently passed its sea trails following its second dry-dock shakedown repair availability, says Vice ...


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