U.S. Navy Looks To Restore More Discipline In Ship Maintenance

ARLINGTON, VA.—In the rush to fix, repair and better maintain ships following years of neglect during recent military conflicts, the U.S. Navy has built up a bit of a backlog of work for the vessels and is now looking to do a better job of planning, preparing and completing the jobs. "We have to...

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