Analysis of the Arliegh Burke Destroyer Class Damage Control shipboard phased-replacement process
Erno, Vincent V.
Euske, K. J.
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The primary objective of this project was to provide recommendations for process changes in order to implement an effective phased-replacement program for damage control gear on Arliegh Burke Destroyer Class ships. The research for this report focused on that Damage Control equipment in Repair Locker Two. The authors analyzed the shipboard phased-replacement process to assess whether or not it was effective and adequately supporting the readiness of Repair Locker Two. The analysis was limited in scope to Fiscal Years (FYs) 2007 and 2008. A data analysis, oriented toward process improvement, was conducted based on STARS Federal Supply Group (FSG) data, shipboard interviews, Repair Locker inventories as well as ATG Subject Matter Expert (SME) opinion. The analysis was conducted on ten ships, five from the West Coast, and five from the East Coast. The analysis revealed that phased-replacement support from a standardized process in Repair Locker Two was lacking on multiple ships in the study. Based on the analysis conducted, the authors provided recommendations for a suggested phased-replacement support plan as well as recommendations for process improvement.
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