USS Stout to be overhauled in DRSA
The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Stout will undergo long-term scheduled docking selected restricted availability (DRSA) work at Norfolk, Virginia, the DoD announced on 18 November.
BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair will provide the facilities and human resources capable of completing, coordinating and integrating multiple areas of ship maintenance, modernisation and repair, under a $76.25 million firm-fixed-price contract.
Work is expected to be completed by November 2021.
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