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Teamwork leads to successful end-of-fiscal-year for Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support | 12.12.2022
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support completed a successful end to the fiscal year 2022, overcoming challenges and succeeding in properly executing its obligation authority.
Navy Price Fighters assist DoD with billion-dollar contract reviews | 11.16.2022
The Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement (DFARS), requires every Department of Defense (DoD) sole-source contract exceeding a billion dollars go through peer review. Many of these reviews utilize the experts at Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) Navy Price Fighters (NPF).
NAVSUP WSS holds webcast with panel of experts | 10.05.2022
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support hosted its third webcast series Aug. 9, with three senior leader panelists discussing Naval Sustainment System-Supply (NSS-Supply), the Navy’s new supply chain transformation effort. More than 400 virtual participants from across the Department of Defense’s acquisition workforce attended.
Navy Price Fighters Hotline: Saving the Navy money for more than 40 years | 09.30.2022
In response to highly publicized stories of spare parts and equipment overpricing, the Navy established the Price Challenge Hotline in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania in 1979. More than 40 years later, the hotline is still in use and has resulted in cost avoidance totaling more than one billion dollars.
Navy Price Fighters develop additive manufacturing cost, time model | 09.20.2022
Additive Manufacturing, more commonly known as 3D printing, is becoming a popular solution in industrial settings. But when it comes to military application, there was no business model to help determine return on investment until the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) Navy Price Fighters (NPF) developed the Additive Manufacturing Cost and Time (AMCAT) decision tool.
NAVSUP WSS participates in Navy Operational Support Center - Surface Team One Sustainment Summit | 09.16.2022
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support participated in a Navy Operational Support Center - Surface Team One Sustainment Summit at Tactical Training Group’s amphitheater onboard Naval Air Station Oceana, Dam Neck Annex, in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
NAVSUP WSS hosts Shipyard Supply Support Unit offsite | 08.29.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Weapon Systems Support, Defense Logistics Agency and Navy’s public shipyard teams descended on Naval Support Activity Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Aug. 9-10, to hammer out the details establishing a way ahead for the Supply Support Units at the Navy’s four public shipyards.
NAVSUP WSS Communications Boot Camp | 08.22.2022
The NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support communications team held its third Communications Boot Camp on Aug. 3, as part of its continuing effort to improve communications across the command.
NAVSUP WSS awards largest, most comprehensive BOA | 08.15.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS), F/A-18 Integrated Weapon System Team and Fixed-Wing Contracts Team awarded the Boeing Company of St. Louis, Missouri, a five-year Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) valued at $3.1 Billion.
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support invites defense acquisition workforce to free webcast, supply transformation senior leader panel | 07.29.2022
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Weapon Systems Support (WSS) is inviting the defense acquisition workforce community and members of the public to attend a free online webcast entitled “NAVSUP WSS Secrets to Success: Supply Chain Transformation Senior Leader Panel” Tuesday, August 9 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EST
Navy C-130 community meets for first Boots on Ground event | 07.28.2022
In an effort to increase overall C-130 mission capable rates, a cross functional group from across the C-130 community organized by NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support (WSS) gathered at NAS Jacksonville to participate in a two day Boots on Ground (BOG) event on July 12-13.
NAVSUP WSS experts assisting with ship refurbishment for foreign military sale to Bahrain | 07.05.2022
CHARLESTON, S.C.—Two Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) supply experts are assisting Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) and other partner agencies in refurbishing a ship for a sale to Bahrain.
NAVSUP WSS hosts international supply corps officers | 06.30.2022
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support hosted 15 military officers from seven partner nations as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Officer Supply Course, June 27-28, at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia.
NAVSUP WSS, Navy benefit from TWI program | 06.23.2022
Since 2006, Navy Supply Corps lieutenants and lieutenant commanders have competed for fellowships within some of the top corporations in the nation. Officers selected for the 12-month Training with Industry (TWI) program are exposed to executive-level decision making and industry best practices expanding their professional supply chain and logistics education while exploring ideas on innovation.
NAVSUP CV-22 Program Lead receives distinguished logistician award | 06.06.2022
Air Force Capt. Thomas O’Neal, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) CV-22 Program Lead, was presented with the Logistics Manager Acquisition Category (ACAT) I and Non-Delegated ACAT II Company Grade Officer of the Year Award in May 2022.
Small business contract keeps P-8 Poseidon flying | 05.23.2022
In May 2020, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) awarded a five-year, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity, long-term contract for the P-8A Poseidon Maritime aircraft estimated at $30 million to a small business, S&K Aerospace. In the nearly two years since the contract was awarded, the partnership has proved critical to keeping the P-8 in the sky.
Philadelphia Federal Executive Board recognizes NAVSUP WSS employees in 2022 Ceremony | 05.04.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) celebrated its federal employees’ exceptional achievements in creating a more efficient and effective government at the annual Philadelphia Federal Executive Board (FEB) Excellence in Government Awards Ceremony, May 4.
NAVSUP WSS invites defense acquisition workforce to free strategic supplier management webcast | 05.03.2022
NAVSUP Weapons System Support is inviting the defense acquisition workforce community and members of the public to attend a free online webcast entitled “NAVSUP WSS Secrets to Success: Strategic Supplier Management” Tuesday, May 10 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
AV-8B Harrier Integrated Weapons Support Team reaches historic low backorders, increases readiness | 04.27.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) AV-8B Harrier Integrated Weapon Support Team (IWST) achieved a significant milestone by reaching a historic low for total backorders. The AV-8 IWST’s total backorders have decreased by 75% over the last 3 years. Additionally, this is first time the AV-8 IWST has maintained backorders in the double digits. As a result of...
NAVSUP WSS, PEO IWS finalize Strategic Memorandum of Agreement | 04.18.2022
Rear Adm. Ken Epps, commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, and Rear Adm. Elizabeth Okano, Program Executive Officer Integrated Warfare Systems, signed a strategic Memorandum of Agreement Mar. 29, 2022.
Engine Air Starter reaches wholesale material availability for first time in four years | 04.08.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) H-53 Integrated Weapon Support Team (IWST) achieved a significant milestone by placing 39 ‘A’ condition Engine Air Starters in wholesale for the first time since 2018. As a result, the H-53 community is currently seeing record readiness rates, averaging 68 Mission Capable aircraft.
Women offer life, career advice during NAVSUP WSS panel discussion | 03.30.2022
MECHANICSBURG, Pa.—In honor of Women’s History Month, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) collaborated with the Army War College to host “Beyond the Glass Ceiling - Women Leading in the Military,” a panel discussion with over 100 virtual attendees, Mar. 12.
NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia hosts logistics officers from partner nations | 03.11.2022
NAVSUP WSS hosted senior military officers from nine partner nations as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Leadership Executive Advanced Development course in February and March. NAVSUP WSS frequently hosts foreign military service members to help them gain a first-hand look at the U.S. supply chain in action and develop a deeper understanding of the role NAVSUP WSS plays...
From rural Louisiana to U.S. Navy Supply Corps Officer Lt. Cmdr. Jay McFarland has his sights set on success | 03.01.2022
The second oldest of six children and named for his father, JT McFarland, Lt. Cmdr. Jay McFarland dreamed of leaving 'small town' rural America for bigger and better things. A talented school musician and varsity athlete, he saw scholarships as one avenue out. However, his dreams of a scholarship, college and becoming a successful businessman were halted by an injury when he was a sophomore.
NAVSUP WSS triple threat program leads to big wins for military, taxpayers, environment | 02.28.2022
PHILADELPHIA-Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) launched an AV-8B Harrier jet stricken aircraft reclamation and disposal program in fiscal year 2019, to manage the disassembly and reuse of aircraft parts destined for the military’s aircraft junkyard on Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tuscan, Arizona.
NAVSUP WSS V-22/H-53 FLIR PBL Team earned DoD award in 2021 | 02.01.2022
The NAVSUP WSS V-22/H-53 FLIR Performance Based Logistics Team was awarded a Secretary of Defense Performance Based Logistics Award at the subsystems level for providing superior, cost-effective support to the fleet.
NAVSUP WSS awards Boeing contract for F/A-18 landing gear overhaul | 01.20.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS), Fixed Wing Contracts awarded the Boeing Company of St. Louis, Missouri, an $85-million Delivery Order under the Basic Ordering Agreement for the overhaul of 40 ship-sets of the F/A-18 Landing Gear System Nov. 30, 2021.
Game on! New series of lectures launched for NAVSUP WSS employees | 01.12.2022
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) developed a 13-part monthly ‘gamified’ lecture series on the full acquisition life cycle of a weapon system, from cradle to grave slated to be held through fall of 2022 and beyond.
Passion for logistics, improving readiness drives NAVSUP WSS’ newest SES | 12.22.2021
After three decades resolving logistical pain points as a supply corps officer for the U.S. Navy, John Soracco is successfully channeling his passion toward continuing that effort as the first Chief Logistician of Aviation at NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support.
NAVSUP WSS IWST slashes unfilled ‘Tilly’ orders to zero though robust organic repair capability | 12.15.2021
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) Aviation Support Equipment Integrated Weapon System Team (IWST) achieved a significant milestone in November, reaching zero unfilled customer orders (UCO) for the entire Crash and Salvage Crane portfolio, encompassing 25 Shop Replaceable Assemblies (SRA) components and two Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRA).
NAVSUP WSS using Operations Research to develop multi-echelon RBS modeling | 11.24.2021
A central objective of managing a military supply chain is meeting operational readiness goals for the minimum cost investment. Members of Naval Supply Systems Command, Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) Operations Research Analysis Team are developing a multi-echelon Readiness Based Sparing (RBS) model to help guide critical supply decisions.
NAVSUP WSS introduces Repair War Room to bolster organic repair | 11.23.2021
As part of the on-going Naval Sustainment System (NSS) – Supply Optimize Organic Repair (Aviation) pillar initiative, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) partnered with the Navy’s Commander, Fleet Readiness Centers (COMFRC) and the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to introduce the Repair War Room (RWR) focused on increasing the amount of in-house, or organic, repair.
NAVSUP WSS Navy Price Fighters have 3D printing costs on the ropes | 11.09.2021
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) Weapon Systems Support (WSS) Navy Price Fighters’ Additive Manufacturing (AM) team created a computer program for federal agencies to help them determine whether additive manufacturing—also called 3D printing—or traditional manufacturing is more cost effective for complex machinery replacement parts.
NAVSUP WSS Integrated Weapons Support Team slashes unfilled GCU orders to zero | 10.29.2021
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) F/A-18 Integrated Weapon Support Team (IWST) achieved a significant milestone in September, reaching zero unfilled customer orders for the entire F/A-18 Super Hornet Generator Converter Unit (GCU) portfolio. For the first time on record, the team reached zero unfilled orders for all GCU Weapons Replaceable Assemblies (WRA)...
Navy 'builds bridges' with international supply officers | 10.27.2021
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support hosted 16 military officers from 12 partner nations as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Officer Supply Course, Oct. 26-27, at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia.
Dual-hatted NAVSUP WSS engineer—Reserve Sailor, selected as Reserve Junior Officer of the Year | 10.25.2021
Nathalie “Snap Shot” Behn, a Mechanical Engineer at Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, spends most of her time supporting Sailors and ensuring readiness from behind the scenes at the Price Fighters Department. However, it was her time in uniform as a Navy Reserve Officer that earned her the title of the 2020 Reserve Officers Association Junior Officer of the Year.
NAVSUP WSS Participates in Multi-Agency Meeting to Discuss Submarine Needs | 10.18.2021
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) submarine supply professionals met virtually with colleagues from across the United States in September at the quarterly Strategic Submarine Supply Support Review to discuss meeting the needs of the Navy’s submariners.
NAVSUP WSS fixed-wing contracts fuel cost-saving initiatives | 10.01.2021
The Naval Aviation Enterprise implemented Naval Sustainment System-Aviation in 2019 to boost mission capable rates of F/A-18 Super Hornet and EA-18G Growler fleets to 80 percent. With that goal achieved, NSS-A focus turned to sustaining and expanding on early successes including creative problem-solving efforts at NAVSUP WSS.
A sense of community: first-gen Hispanic American serves Navy Supply Corps | 09.27.2021
From a young age, Lt. j.g. Glen Moran was instilled with a sense of patriotism after watching his father serve in the U.S. Army and his mother work as a nurse. He watched his parents devote their lives to serving their country and community. Today, Moran is proud to be a Mustang in the U.S. Navy as he models a future available to other young Hispanic Sailors.
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support welcomes new Deputy Commander, Ships and Submarines | 09.20.2021
MECHANICSBURG, Pa.-Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) has a new member on its executive command team.
NAVSUP WSS Cash War Room keeping NWCF solvent | 09.15.2021
The Navy introduced Naval Sustainment System (NSS) – Supply in October 2020 to design a single, strategic-scale, sustainable Navy-wide supply chain. As part of NSS-Supply’s cash recovery plan for the Navy Working Capital Fund-Supply Management (NWCF-SM), Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) launched the Cash War Room focused...
Navy Welcomes Senior International Military Officers to Mechanicsburg, Philadelphia | 09.13.2021
NAVSUP WSS hosted senior military officers from eight partner nations this summer as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Leadership Executive Advanced Development course.
New Supply SES named Chief Logistician – Aviation at Navy’s Supply Chain Integrator | 08.17.2021
On August 17, 2021, NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support promoted its newest Senior Executive Service member, Mr. John D. Soracco, to chief logistician - Aviation.
NAVSUP WSS Integrated Weapons Support Team helps P-8A Poseidon meet FMC goals | 08.10.2021
In March 2021, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) P-8A Integrated Weapons Support Team (IWST) targeted Aug. 1 as the deadline to achieve the goal of 56 Fully Mission Capable (FMC) P-8A Poseidon aircraft. With the assistance of government stakeholders and industry partners, the team reached the target ahead of schedule July 23.
NAVSUP WSS On-time Delivery team slashes delinquent contract deliveries | 08.02.2021
Facing a growing backlog of contracts with delinquent delivery dates, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) Contracting Directorate turned to their On-time Delivery (OTD) team. The team, comprised entirely of Navy Reservists, reduced the logjam by more than 50 percent in just six months.
NAVSUP employing Strategic Supplier Management to bolster Naval readiness | 07.29.2021
In 2019, Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) formed a Strategic Supplier Management (SSM) framework focused on both strengthening executive-level relationships with industry and solving long standing supply chain challenges with a goal of improving material delivery timelines and material accountability for critical parts.
NAVSUP WSS T & D solves the 'dirtiest' transportation problems anywhere | 07.20.2021
Operating approximately 300 ships with 350,000 personnel as it provides a strategic deterrent over, under and on the world’s oceans, the U.S. Navy is a force to be reckoned with. But, with so much fire power and so many dedicated Warfighters on watch, there is an inevitable hurdle that must be overcome -- what to do with the garbage.
NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia hosts international military supply officers | 07.09.2021
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support hosted military officers from nine partner nations as part of the Navy Supply Corps School’s International Officer Supply Course, June 29-30, at Naval Support Activity Philadelphia.
NAVSUP WSS introduces EARD to expand maritime engineering authority | 07.01.2021
Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) Source Development and Engineering Department has had significant involvement on aviation related sourcing, however, there was not the same infrastructure in place to support the command’s maritime operations. To align maritime operations more closely with those on the aviation side, NAVSUP WSS introduced the...
NAVSUP WSS streamlines acquisitions with Strategic Sustainment Solution | 06.28.2021
Historically, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) has awarded thousands of contracts to specific Industry Commercial and Government Entity (CAGE) codes, business units, or locations containing requirements specific to individual Integrated Weapon Systems Teams (IWST) across maritime and aviation platforms creating inefficiencies in the ordering process...
NAVSUP WSS earned Secretary of Defense Environmental Award for sustainability | 06.24.2021
The Department of Defense announced NAVSUP WSS as the winner of the 2021 Secretary of Defense Environmental Award in the Sustainability Individual/Team category.
NAVSUP WSS automates provisioning workflow with ILIT | 06.01.2021
In the past, thousands of provisioning and provisioning-related actions were submitted to NAVSUP WSS by email or other means relying on multiple manual inputs to process the requests. In an effort to automate the process and provide visibility and transparency to internal and external customers, the Technical Department of NAVSUP WSS’s Surface Operations Directorate...
NAVSUP WSS leveraging Integrated Supply Chain Management to drive fleet readiness | 05.26.2021
The Navy’s supply chain has never been more integrated. Supply planners at Naval Supply Systems Command, Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) and Defense Logistics Agency – Aviation (DLA-A) are leveraging a more transparent and responsive supply chain through Integrated Supply Chain Management (ISCM) to deliver material support to flight lines and repair facilities globally.
NAVSUP WSS launches new Terminations Dashboard | 04.30.2021
A 2014 Government Accounting Office (GAO) review of the Services’ supply chain management revealed a need to better manage excess material. As a result, GAO recommended that the Navy incorporate a management review of excess items on order and document reasons for maintaining those items. To satisfy this finding, developers at Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems...
NAVSUP WSS Hosts DSCA Director at Joint Consolidation Point Mechanicsburg | 04.21.2021
Defense Security Cooperation Agency director Heidi Grant visited the Joint Consolidation Point in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, which operates as the primary consolidation and transportation activity for Building Partner Capacity efforts with foreign nations to improve their ability to achieve security-oriented goals they share with the United States.
NAVSUP WSS Hosts Women’s History Month Leadership Panel | 04.12.2021
What happens when you assemble a group of military trailblazers in a conference room and pepper them with questions about everything from overcoming challenges in their respective careers to what they do in their free time? A joint military panel which honored Women’s History Month through a dynamic, interactive live panel conducted virtually Mar. 30. In honor of Women’s History...
NAVSUP WSS improving maritime industrial support though NSS-Supply | 04.07.2021
Working within the framework of Naval Sustainment System-Supply (NSS-Supply), NAVSUP WSS is forging ahead into this cross-domain, mission-partner-centric approach to better coordinate and integrate the naval supply chain, end-to-end.
NAVSUP WSS supports achievement of 100% readiness rate | 03.31.2021
In April 2021, the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Integrated Weapon System Team (IWST) was able to support the achievement of both 100% Mission Capable (MC) and 100% Fully Mission Capable (FMC) rate for the UAS RQ-21A “Blackjack” platform; a feat rarely, if ever, seen by any Type Model Series.
ERMS 2.0 modernizes electronic naval retrograde processes | 03.30.2021
The Navy introduced a major upgrade to its Electronic Retrograde Management System called eRMS 2.0.
NAVSUP WSS Philadelphia reaches all-time high Supply Material Availability | 03.11.2021
In January 2021, Naval Supply Systems Command, Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) Philadelphia achieved a Supply Material Availability (SMA) fill rate of 90.3 percent – a record high for this critical supply chain measure of effectiveness.
NAVSUP WSS Integrated Weapon Systems Team delivers Mission Capable E-2Ds | 03.05.2021
In April 2020, the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) E-2/C-2 Integrated Weapon Support Team (IWST) began the process of targeting the achievement of 28 E-2D Mission Capable (MC) aircraft. This effort was instituted following the success of the F/A-18 IWST reaching their goal of 341 MC aircraft in October 2019.
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support charts course for 2021 | 03.01.2021
Members of the Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support executive leadership team met to discuss the command’s path ahead for 2021.
NAVSUP WSS MOC/AOG instrumental in F/A-18 readiness | 02.23.2021
In October 2018, the Secretary of Defense established the readiness goal of having 80 percent of the Navy’s F/A-18 E/F Super Hornets Mission Capable. To support this effort, the Maintenance Operation Center/Aircraft on Ground (MOC/AOG) concept was established and the F/A-18 and EA-18G teams within Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) were the first to embrace this...
Foreign Military Sales, Supporting the Supply Chain Internationally | 02.12.2021
While NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support has provided supply support to the Navy for more than 100 years, it has also supported the international community for more than a quarter century. As the International Logistics Control Office for the U.S. Navy, the NAVSUP WSS International Programs, Foreign Military Sales (FMS) directorate provides support to more than 80 countries around the world,...
NAVSUP WSS T&D takes on Heavy Metal…and ROCKS it! | 02.10.2021
NAVSUP WSS moves material around the world to ensure vessel maintenance stay on time.
CPRG Commander Visits NAVSUP WSS | 01.26.2021
Rear Adm. Lance Scott, Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Group (CPRG), visited Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support’s (NAVSUP WSS) Philadelphia team to receive an overview on NAVSUP WSS’s role as the Navy’s End-to-End (E2E) supply chain manager, Jan. 26.
U.S. Navy Logistics Supports Ukraine Medical Supply Mission | 01.22.2021
NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support helped deliver more than $3.2 million dollars in medical supplies to Ukraine as part of the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative.
NAVSUP WSS, PEO USC establish Strategic Supply Support Plan ensuring FFG 62 is War-Ready at delivery | 01.12.2021
Rear Adm. Doug Noble, commander, Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support, and Rear. Adm. Casey Moton, Program Executive Officer, Unmanned and Small Combatants, signed a strategic Memorandum of Agreement on Dec. 4, 2020 regarding supply support for the Guided Missile Frigate, also known as FFG 62 Constellation Class.
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