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NAVSEA Comments On Rusty U.S. Navy Ships And New Paint Coatings

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Naval News asked the U.S. Navy’s Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) in May 2023 for comment and explanations as to why U.S. Navy warships are so streaked with rust, an issue that has attracted the attention of the public, social media, active and retired Navy personnel, and the media. Social Media posted comments that the U.S. Navy switched to a paint that is lead-free and more environmentally friendly. If true, could that be the cause of all the rust that affects U.S. Navy warships?

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