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Littoral Combat Ship review implementation is in a 'limbo state'

August 11, 2017 |
Lee Hudson
As the Navy implements Littoral Combat Ship review recommendations, the service is in a "limbo state" with transitioning how the platform is operated and manned, according to a top official. Vice Adm. Thomas Rowden, naval surface forces commander, told reporters Aug. 10 it takes time to shift from how the LCS community did business to how it will operate in the future. "There's some relying on the old as we transition to the new," he said. The service is shifting...

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