December 4 - 6, 2019 | New Orleans, LA

US Navy Boats & Combatant Craft Division Maintenance & Repair

05 Dec 2019
10:00 am - 11:00 am
WorkBoat Think Tank

US Navy Boats & Combatant Craft Division Maintenance & Repair

The U.S. Navy’s boats & combatant craft division (PMS325G) is within Program Executive Office, Ships (PEO Ships), Support Ships, Boats, and Craft Program Office (PMS325). PMS325G is primarily responsible for managing the acquisition, design, production, test, and delivery of boats & combatant craft to the U.S. Navy and other U.S. Armed Services. PMS325G also supports these vessels with life cycle management and sustainment engineering as funded.

PMS325G delivers products to end-users so they can accomplish operational tasking such as: High Value Unit (HVU) Escort; Maritime Expeditionary Security; Mine Countermeasures (MCM); Force Protection/Harbor Security; Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure (VBSS); Ship & Submarine Repair/Maintenance; and, personnel & cargo transport.

The U.S. Navy’s boats & combatant craft division (PMS325G) is within Program Executive Office, Ships (PEO Ships), Support Ships, Boats, and Craft Program Office (PMS325). PMS325G is primarily responsible for managing the acquisition, design, production, test, and delivery of boats & combatant craft to the U.S. Navy and other U.S. Armed Services. PMS325G also supports these vessels with life cycle management and sustainment engineering as funded.

PMS325G delivers products to end-users so they can accomplish operational tasking such as: High Value Unit (HVU) Escort; Maritime Expeditionary Security; Mine Countermeasures (MCM); Force Protection/Harbor Security; Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure (VBSS); Ship & Submarine Repair/Maintenance; and, personnel & cargo transport.

Life Cycle Management (LCM) and Sustainment Engineering (SE) are key factors that directly contribute to reliability, mission readiness, and extended service life of boats & combatant craft. LCM/SE support areas involves budgeting for modernization, maintenance planning, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), Configuration Management (CM), Planning Yard, and In-Service Engineering Agents (ISEA).

Mr. Alan Cummings will discuss the following topics specific to LCM/SE for boats & combatant craft:
• Overview of U.S. Navy policy and guidance.
• Challenges and issues.
• Areas where industry can help.
• Opportunities to support maintenance and repair work.

Track Name: Think Tank
Session Date: Dec 5 2019 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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