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One Comment

  • 6533 Gordon Forbes

    October 28, 2015 at 1:39 pm

    The contention in the story about the effect of Leslie’s proposed plan being implemented is full of exaggerations. In fact only the frigates are fully supported by the dockyard. All of the minor warships (Maritime Coastal Defence Vessels) and auxiliary vessels are supported by private contract. This support has been going on since the mid 1990s. In addition, plans for new vessels including AOPS and JSS include provisions for contractor support. Ships will still have to be fixed and quick turn around will still be required. The current model for contractor support has proven this can be done.