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Second CR Might Delay Five More Ship Maintenance Contracts, Boise Finally Into Dydock In Spring

Two Navy officials on Wednesday told Congress the second continuing resolution (CR) may impacted five more ship maintenance contracts while noting the long-delayed USS Boise (SSN-764) maintenance will start when it enters drydock in the spring. In written testimony before the Senate Armed Services Seapower and Readiness and Management Support Subcommittees, Assistant Secretary Of the […]

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