Navy identifies 300 planned alterations for LCS

By Lee Hudson  
May 30, 2018 at 5:00 AM
The Navy has identified roughly 300 planned alterations that must be made to the Littoral Combat Ship with the changes ranging from quick fixes to more time-consuming modifications. Robin Coady, LCS fleet introduction and sustainment program manager, told Inside Defense during a May 21 interview in her office at Washington Navy Yard the program office is watching all of the forward-fit and back-fit requirements closely. Coady's office is only responsible for the back-fit modifications, while the seaframe program office...

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