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1 for Surface Navy Association Symposium PMS 470 Program Overviewfor Surface Navy Association Symposium17 January 2013CAPT Bernie GatelyProgram Manager (PMS 470)Brad SmithDeputy Program Manager (PMS 470B)DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT A: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
2 PMS 470 by the Numbers10 Classes, 57 Ships, ComplementLCC 19 Class – (1), 590 LSD 41 Class – (8), 420 / 400 MLHA 1 Class – (1), 1,060 / 1,700 M LSD 49 Class – (4), 420 / 400 MLHD 1 Class – (8), 1,060 / 1,700 M MCM 1 Class – (14), 80LPD 4 Class – (1), 420 / 900 M PC 1 Class – (13), 28LPD 17 Class – (6), 380 / 700 M AFSB(I) – (1), 520Six (6) HomeportsSan Diego (13 Ships) Yokosuka (1 Ship)Norfolk (8 Ships) Sasebo (8 ships)Little Creek (14 Ships) Manama, Bahrain (13 ships)PMS 470 Managing In-Service Lifecycle Support for almost 40% of the Surface Fleet2
3 Total Availabilities Started in FY12 LCC 19 Class – (1)USS BLUE RIDGE (LCC 19)LHD 1 Class – (3)USS ESSEX (LHD 2), USS BOXER (LHD 4), USS BATAAN (LHD 5)LPD 17 – (2)USS NEW ORLEANS (LPD 18) and USS MESA VERDE (LPD 19)LSD 41 – (2)USS GERMANTOWN (LSD 42) and USS COMSTOCK (LSD 45)LSD 49 – (1)USS OAK HILL (LSD 51)MCM 1 Class – (6)USS CHAMPION (MCM 4), USS GUARDIAN (MCM 5), USS PATRIOT (MCM 7), USS GLADIATOR (MCM 11), USS ARDENT (MCM 12) AND USS CHIEF (MCM 14)PC 1 Class – (2)USS TEMPEST (PC 2) and USS WHIRLWIND (PC 11)Total = 17 FY12 Availabilities, 20 Planned for FY13Maintaining, modernizing and improving the performance and readiness of in-service ships3
5 LPD 17 Class 5 LPD 17 Wholeness Task Force PMS 470 responsible for Program Sustainment Ship Change Documents (SCDs)Advanced Planning began in FY 12SCD execution planned for FY 13LPD 20 DPMA, LPD 21 PMANotional Execution of Program SCDs planned over (2) PMAs and (1) DPMA.TYCOM responsible for Fleet Sustainment SCDsMajor Class Goals:Improve crew self sufficiencyIncrease System Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)Decrease System Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)Improve TrainingCorrect Logistics Product DeficienciesObsolescence Road MappingGold Disk OpportunitiesCommonalityField simple, cost effective, supportable,and highly reliable solutions5
7 LSD 41/49 Mid Life Overview LSD 41/49 Mid Life Program 7 Capability Description: Return ships to capable Fleet Asset status; able to meet amphibious mission requirements today through 2038.LSD 41/49 Mid Life ProgramSuccesses:LSD 44 successfully completed INSURV Oct 09“MCS and EPCC make the plant operate better” – CAPT T. Snyder (INSURV)6.2% Fuel Savings Over Op Profile with PLMU and Controllable Pitch Propeller Improvements.Events: LSD 44, 42, 41, 43, 47, 48 and 49 EDPMA completeFY 12 EDPMA - LSD 45 (IY) & LSD 51 (IY)FY 14 EDPMA - LSD 50 & LSD 52Challenges:Growth - emergent repair work discovered during M/L EDPMAs has been the primary cause of avail extensionsReduce program risk by implementing proven technologyRequires local RMC training to provide waterfront support for Mid Life installed systemsMission30 Ton Crane (LSD 49 Class)SurvivabilityInclining ExperimentTechnology InsertionAdvanced Engineering Control System (AECS)- LAN- Machinery Control System (MCS)- Ship Control System (SCS)- On Board Trainer (OBT)- DEXTER- Electronic Gov Act (Digital Fuel Rack Control)- Lube Oil Un-loader ValveHull Mechanical & ElectricalFuel & Engine Maint Savings Sys -Propulsion Load Management Unit (PLMU)All ElectricR/O Desalinators, Central Water Heaters, Galley/LaundryLarger Generator, L/O & Jacket Water CoolersDistribution SWBDs, Load Centers & Shore PowerPower Mgmt Platform (PMP)Additional A/C PlantCW Distribution ModsLPAC Replacement (LSD 41 Class)Canned Lube Oil Pump (CLOP)Designed 30 Year Service Life Extended to 40 Years7
8 LSD 41/49 Class Service Life and Mid-Life StatusAs of Jan 2013:= Mid-Life Complete♦ = Mid-Life In Yard8
12 LHD 1 Class ProgramsLHD 1 Class Mid-Life Plan (Ongoing; Program Development started FY06)LHD Mid-Life Modernization Planning to support 40-Year Projected LifeSystems Modernization in progress:Fuel Oil Compensation / Fuel Control System (FCS) - 5 of 6 Back fits CompleteRHIB Davit (Port) – 3 of 8 CompleteN2 Plants (in support of Aviation Integration) – 4 of 5 CompleteLHD Stability (Ongoing)LHD 1 Class in 3-Compartment Damaged Stability (w/ F.O. Compensation)Inclining required post-F.O. Compensation to re-establish Baseline – LHD 1, 3, 4, & 6 complete; LHD 5 planned FY13 and LHD 2 for FY14Weight Management practices (primarily by Availability)Weight & Moment Compensation Alteration in place (Removal List)Aviation Systems Integration:MV-22 Integration – 6 of 8 CompleteNVD Compatibility (Required for new external Lighting Systems, e.g. Well Deck, Hangar Bay)SATCC: Shipboard Air Traffic Control Comms – 4 of 8 CompleteJSF Integration – partial ship mods on 2 LHDs; first full integration will occur in LHD 1 in FY12/1312
13 Enable LHD 50-year service Life REV.510/21/2010LHD 1 Class Mid-LifeGoalAchieve an expected service life threshold of 40 years with an objective of 50 yearsCapability DescriptionMid-Life (M-L): Phased program to identify Fleet maintenance burdens, engineer cost effective solutions, and implement solutions to overcome maintenance backlog and provide Fleet identified priority capability improvements.Maintenance cost drivers being identified and prioritized which, when corrected, will provide systems and/or equipment capabilities equal to, or improvements, on existing systems.Selected capability upgrades included: FO Comp Sys, Aux / Propulsion Sys, Assault Sys, Corrosion Prevention Surveys to support TYCOM improvements, Gender Neutral/SAR DET/ESGBerthing improvements, RHIB DavitsBased on Fleet prioritiesEnables LHDs to reach 50-year service*LHD 1 Class Current Service Life EstimatesHULLCOMMISSION DATECURRENT AGE40 YEAR DECOM (FY)50 YEAR DECOM (FY)LHD 129 JUL 892420292039LHD 217 OCT 922120322042LHD 316 OCT 932020332043LHD 411 FEB 951820352045LHD 520 SEP 971620372047LHD 615 AUG 981520382048LHD 730 JUN 011220412051LHD 824 OCT 09420492059Note *Ref: OPNAV Expected Service Life (ESL) Memo (Ser 090/6C of 24 MAR 1986) specifies LHD ESL as 40 yearsEnable LHD 50-year service Life13
15 Current MCM ProfilePMS 470 is collaborating with PMS 495, OPNAV, and fleet stakeholders to fund and implementappropriate alterations that will allow MCM 1 Class ships to meet their planned service lives andensure a smooth transition to LCS ships equipped with mine countermeasures mission packages.15
16 MCM 1 Class Sustainability Mine Neutralization Systems*Klein Side Scan SonarOK-520/SQQ Common Winch UpgradeAdvanced Acoustic GeneratorsMagnetic Cable ReplacementReplace AN/SLQ-48 with SeaFoxHigh Frequency Wide Band SonarBattle Space Profiler UpgradesC4I UpgradesGPS Antenna SystemCENTRIXS Block 0Communications Suite Modernization*Naval Tactical Command Support SystemGCCS-M 4.0Integrated Shipboard Network SystemCommercial Broadband Satellite ProgramNavigationAN/SPS-73(V)12 Surface RadarIFF Transponder, AN/APX-118AN/SSN-2(V)5 PINS Upgrade*Digital Flux Gate Magnetic CompassAN/WSN-7B Ring Laser GyrocompassAft Deck Equipment#Hydraulic Motor ReplacementStern Crane Sustainment (POM 14)Force Protection & Safety^Diesel Engine Exhaust Flange ModsSCBA LockersCBR-D IPE Storage EnhancementHabitabilityWomen at Sea (MCM 3, 5, 10 & 11)#Commodes^Other Systems#Static Frequency ConverterGATX System Monitors & Alarms - COMPLETEBow Thruster ImprovementsDigital Voltage RegulatorIntegrated Ship Control System H/W and S/WDegaussing System Upgrades (POM 14)Propulsion Shaft Grounding System (POM 14)Replace Shocked Hardened RO Unit with COTS Unit^Engines#PPIP Upgrade for I-F Engines (MCMs 3-14) - COMPLETEWaukesha Engine Enhanced Logistics Program (MCMs 1 & 2)I-F Engine Single Body Fuel Pump and TurbochargerMRG and Lubricating System^MRG/CPP Lube Oil Change and StorageMRG DehumidifierMRG Lube Oil Polisher# PMS 470* PMS 495^ CNSP1616
21 LCC 19 Major ESLP Items 21 MULTI-YEAR: Boiler Safety Modernization FY12Improve HAZMAT CenterPMP Trainer installShore Power R/U Test SwitchFY13Replace Main Feed PumpsVSD Forced Draft BlowersReplace Fuel Oil Service PumpsDeck Drain UpgradesThermal Management SystemReplace Steering Gear Hydraulic PumpsFY14Electric SLOPAFFF Piping UpgradesPower and Lighting ABTsInstall Central Hot Water SystemHESS UpgradeFY15VS-50 OWS InstallSeawater System ModsDecontamination Station No. 3 UpgradeFY16 (Drydock)Replace SSTG Generators w/Brushless UnitsReplace SSDG Generator to Water Cooled1MC and 21/24 MC UpgradesIsolation of LC44 & LC61FY17Update Medical WardCHT System ImprovementsSSTG Temp ControlAir Search RadarMULTI-YEAR:Boiler Safety ModernizationCorrosion ControlHVAC UpgradesDiesel Reliability Improvements21
22 PMS 470 ResponsibilitiesShip Program Manager actively manages the readiness, sustainment and life-cycle support for mine, amphibious, auxiliary, command and coastal patrol ships (MAAC – PC)Manage and responsible for availability planning and executionManage and responsible for modernization and sustainmentMaintain Naval Force to meet National Security StrategyWithout modernization, ships decommission earlyCost effective compared to new constructionHM&E improvements to achieve expected service lifeCommon configuration = reduced life-cycle cost2222
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