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Navy failing to learn lessons from shipboard fires over the years: GAO


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WASHINGTON — Independent government auditors have concluded the US Navy lacks a centralized “process” for learning from and improving its ability to prevent shipboard fires and is not effectively analyzing the impact such fires have on its fleet.

“Establishing a process for the consistent collection, analysis, and sharing of fire-related lessons learned would assist the Navy to improve behavior and reduce the risk of ships repeating costly mistakes,” according to an April 20 report by the Government Accountability Office.

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