Logistics Support Plan for Inshore Undersea Cable Systems Repair.
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND WASHINGTON DC CHESAPEAKE DIV
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The results of recent inspection and repair operations, by the Underwater Construction Teams of the Naval Construction Force, in support of the Naval Electronic Systems Command undersea cable systems have indicated that complex logistics problems have to be solved in order that undersea cable systems can be restored to an operational status in a minimum amount of time. This planning document establishes the steps necessary to achieve a Navy readiness capability to respond to an undersea cable system casualty. Initially, this document undertakes an analysis of a typical operation to determine the improvements required in the present readiness capability. These improvements are developed into planning objectives and concepts for achieving the objectives. The most cost effective concepts are selected and detailed in a work breakdown structure and schedule. Contents Typical Cable Repair Situation Requirements and Operations Analysis Logistics Analysis Improvement of Inspection and Repair Capabilities Schedule and Cost.
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