Life Extensions Begin Soon For LCCs, Will Join Missile-Defense Efforts
The first of the Navy's two amphibious command ships will
begin repairs and system overhauls this week as part of a service life
extension program to keep the vessels in service until fiscal year 2039 or
beyond, and one of the ships will eventually participate in defending the
European continent from ballistic missiles.
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