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Senior Leaders Taking First Steps in Long Road to Reform Surface Navy

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THE PENTAGON — Senior leaders in the Navy still have more questions than answers as they move to methodically and deliberately alter the way the surface forces do business in what could be a years-long process of evaluations and reforms.

Last week, Vice Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Bill Moran and Under Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly chaired the first meeting of the Department of the Navy’s Readiness Reform Oversight Council that will begin debating, crafting and implementing the recommendations that came out of two reviews undertaken after last year’s string of fatal collisions that killed 17 sailors and resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in damages. https://news.usni.org/2018/02/05/senior-leaders-taking-first-steps-long-road-reform-surface-navy

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