To achieve a more responsive and more readily deployable fleet of surface combatants, the Navy adopted the Fleet Response Plan (FRP) in 2003 to replace its traditional two-year ship maintenance cycle. The authors of this report look at the effects the FRP has had thus far and determine whether maintenance resources are meeting maintenance demands and whether related industry resources have been coordinated effectively.Integrated Class Maintenance Plan The ICMP is a database of maintenance tasks, including ship alteration and depot-, ... feedback from maintenance managers, port engineers, shipsa#39; forces, NAVSEA/fleet technical offices, the Naval Shipsa#39; Technical Manual (NSTM), ... the ICMP Require Different Levels of Support 700 0 600 500 400 300 200 100 Tech support Organizational Intermediate Depot Figureanbsp;...
|Title||:||Impacts of the Fleet Response Plan on Surface Combatant Maintenance|
|Author||:||Roland J. Yardley|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2006|