SHIPMAN -- Reengineering for a Culture of Readiness

LaFleur, Timothy W.; Balisle, Phillip M.
September 2003
Sea Power;Sep2003, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p30
Features the naval deployment of the U.S. Navy in the Operation Iraqi Freedom. Responsiveness of ship maintenance to surge deployments; Redundancies in maintenance processes among organizations; Launch of SHIPMAIN to examine the planning processes for surface ship maintenance.


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