Navy estimates price tag of at least $50M to integrate LCS MCM capabilities on other vessels

By Justin Katz  
May 15, 2019 at 3:36 PM
The Navy has five categories of vessels under consideration for a new package of mine countermeasure capabilities and estimates it would need at least $50 million in future years to equip six select vessels, according to a report obtained by Inside Defense . The February report , created by the expeditionary warfare requirements director (N95), was sent to Congress to satisfy a Fiscal Year 2019 National Defense Authorization Act requirement. Lawmakers directed the Navy secretary to submit a report outlining...

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