Naval aviation depots improving aircraft production

By Andrea Watters, Editor, Naval Aviation News

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(DLA Aviation Editor’s Note: Defense Logistics Agency Aviation was recently praised by the deputy director of the Navy Fleet Readiness Centers for its role in improving Navy aircraft production.  DLA Aviation has employees located at and providing support to the Navy’s Fleet Readiness Centers in Jacksonville, Florida, San Diego, California, and Cherry Point North Carolina.)

NATIONAL Harbor, Md. -- The Naval Air Systems Command's Fleet Readiness Centers have eliminated the backlog of aircraft awaiting depot-level repairs and met production goals for the last two years, according to Martin Ahmad, deputy commander, Fleet Readiness Centers.

Ahmad briefed the Naval Aviation Enterprise and COMFRC's recent and future initiatives at the Sea Air Space Exposition April 10. Motivated by a sense of urgency and our near-peer competitors, COMFRC is focused on delivering readiness, he said.

Ahmad said that partnerships with the Defense Logistics Agency and Navy Supply Systems Command, Weapon Systems Support, which supply materials and parts, and type commanders and program managers are also vital to the Navy’s success.

Learn more about how the Navy improved to meet its 2016 and 2017 production goals by reading the full story:  Naval Aviation Depots Improving Aircraft Production