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West 2019: Navy points to sustainment impact on naval lethality

18th February 2019 - 12:00 GMT | by Scott Gourley in San Diego, California

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US Navy leaders are highlighting the direct connection between combat system maintenance, sustainment and the delivery of lethal combat power at the West 2019 gathering in San Diego, California

Speaking on a panel addressing the acquisition of capabilities to build a more lethal, resilient and rapidly adaptive force, VADM Thomas Moore, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, began by highlighting the need for the industrial base to move forward in a cooperative ‘side-by-side’ relationship with the navy.

‘You can’t have a lethal, resilient and adaptive force, at the end of the day, if you don’t have the infrastructure to sustain

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