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Navy Still Evaluating Effectiveness of Quality of Life Improvements


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THE PENTAGON – It is too early for the Navy to determine if measures put in place after a Navy report found an overwhelmed mental health system and quality of life lapses for crews in extended repair and overhaul periods will have a positive effect, service leaders told reporters Monday.

It has been about six months since the Navy identified areas of needed improvement and began implementing pilots, programs and changes aimed at improving the quality of life for sailors assigned to ships in the Norfolk area shipyards, particularly HII’s Newport News Shipbuilding, said Rear Adm. Christopher Gray, quality of service cross-functional team lead. The cross-functional team and service need more time to determine if efforts are making a difference.

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