Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, USN, commander of Naval Sea Systems Command — also known as NAVSEA — discusses the US Navy’s March 2018 request for proposals to investigate how much money a two-ship Ford-class aircraft carrier buy could save the service, why he thinks the deal would benefit the Navy and industry, combating the service’s ship-repair backlog and much more during a wide-ranging April 10, 2018, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was conducted at the Navy League of the United States’ 2018 Sea-Air-Space Symposium outside of Washington. Our coverage was sponsored by Fincantieri Marine Group, Huntington Ingalls Industries and Leonardo DRS.


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