by   |    |   3 minutes  |  in Transform Your Business

The naval support chain is getting bigger. Just consider the scale of the US Navy. The 250+ strong fleet contains everything from the massive Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, which stretches more than 1,000 feet, to the nuclear-powered Virginia-class submarines whose time at sea is only limited by food and maintenance requirements. And over the next 30…

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by   |    |   3 minutes  |  in Aerospace & Defense

In my first blog on the transformation facing military in-service support, I looked at how next generation defense equipment – ranging from simple assets to the more complex – is changing the way military support is delivered and managed. But carefully structured support models will be essential to meet the unique demands of different forces…

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2018 defense industry trends

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Aerospace & Defense, Business Technology, Strategy

Availability and reliability are key if military forces are to reach their objectives. But to achieve this, military forces and those supporting them are increasingly having to battle to stay on top on three fronts – procurement and support tactics, political changes across the globe and technical developments – to maintain their effectiveness. Shifts in…

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Playing the supporting role: military in-service support moves forward with next-generation equipment

by   |    |   4 minutes  |  in Aerospace & Defense, Strategy

Introducing a new asset into a military force used to be simple. Manufacturers made the equipment, the military bought and maintained it and, when it became obsolete, they invested in a new asset. But today, many military organizations don’t maintain their own equipment. Instead, they are choosing to outsource equipment maintenance to OEMs or third-party…

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