Ship Repair Delays Increased in 2022 Due to Labor, Material Challenges

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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — More ship maintenance availabilities are running long this year due largely to labor challenges and material issues, the fleet maintenance officer for U.S. Fleet Forces Command said Tuesday.

This comes despite a pair of Navy-run efforts to tackle barriers to on-time maintenance.

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