Galinis: Navy cutting maintenance delays but will miss goal to eliminate them in FY-21

By Aidan Quigley / November 13, 2020 at 5:00 AM
The Navy successfully cut days of maintenance delay in fiscal year 2020 but will miss its goal to eliminate days of maintenance delay this fiscal year, Vice Adm. William Galinis, the commander of Naval Sea Systems Command, said Thursday. Galinis said at a Defense Writers Group event that the Navy had reduced days of maintenance delay by 40% from FY-19 to FY-20. “Overall, we absolutely made significant improvements in FY-20 compared to FY-19,” he said. The Navy did an analysis...

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