Fatal Flaw Reportedly Paralyzes the ‘Backbone of the British Royal Navy’

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A number of Britain’s top-notch warships ended up spending more time docked than at sea due to their temperature-sensitive engines.
The six Type 45 guided missile destroyers which comprise “the backbone of the Royal Navy” spent the majority of 2017 at the dock awaiting an expensive refit, which is only expected to begin in 2020, The Daily Mail reports.
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  1. This is a prime example on the total lack of comprehension at the tender process and for Rolls Royce did common sense die on the street corner ?

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