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A Forecast and Assessment of Navy Ship Construction

Over the Next Ten Years

June 1989

Price $950 per copy

IMA has just published a detailed, objective analysis of future Navy ship construction. The 190+ page report assesses Navy shipbuilding requirements over the next ten years. It is an independent, totally professional appraisal of future Navy business opportunities in a period of difficult budget decisions and changing international tensions. This report will be an invaluable reference source for all firms involved in Navy business.

Background and Current Situation • Number of Ships/Conversions Funded FY 1982-1989 • Size and Composition of Deployable Battle Forces: 1982-1989 • Shipyards Involved in Navy Ship Construction or

Conversion in 1988 • Number of Shipyards Building or Repairing Navy

Ships: 1978-1988 • Growing Shipyard Dependence on Navy Work • Major Manufacturers of Combat Systems for the

U.S. Navy • Major Manufacturers of Ship Systems and

Components • Trend and Composition of DOD Budget: 1979-1989 • Amended FY 1990-1994 Defense Spending

Projection • Breakdown of DOD Budget by Service and Type

Expenditures: 1990-1991 • Impact of Fiscal Constraints on FY 1990 and FY 1991 Budget Request • Cost Growth in DDG 51 and AOE 6 Programs • Scope of Navy Investigation Involving the "III

Wind" Procurement Kickback Scandal • Issues Raised Concerning the Quality and Realism of SPY-ID Aegis System Testing • Quality Control Issues Raised Concerning Four

Navy Missile Systems

Assessment of Future Program Drivers • Planned Wartime Deployment of U.S. Naval

Forces Assuming Global Conflict • Navy's Force Structure Goals • Average Age of Ships in the U.S. Navy Fleet Over the Next Ten Years Assuming No New Ships • Fleet Size and Composition Assuming No Further

Ship Construction Funding — and Retirement of

Old Ships • Five Year Navy Shipbuilding and Conversion Plan:

FY 1990-1994 • Fleet Size and Composition Assuming the Five

Year Plan is Completed and Older Ships are

Retired • National Security Issues and Defense Program

Priorities Placed Before President Bush • The View From Wall Street

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Combat Logistics Ships • Composition and Age of U.S. Combat Logistic Ship

Force: 1989-1998 • Combat Logistic Ship Force Objective • CBO Estimate of Combat Logistics Force

Requirements • Long Term Combat Logistics Ship Building

Projection: 1989-1998

Sealift Ships • Composition of Sealift Ship Inventory • Elements of Sealift Capability Planning • Strategic Mobility Surge Capability: 1980, 1988 and 1992 • Sealift Capability and Requirements: 1987 and 2000 • Long Term Sealift Ship Building Projection: 1989-1998

Mine Warfare Ships • Composition and Age of U.S. Mine Warfare Force: 1989-1998 • Mine Countermeasures Force Level Objective • Long Term Mine Warfare Ship Building Projection: 1989-1998

Submarines • Composition of U.S. Submarines Forces: 1989-1998 • Elements of U.S. Submarine Force Strategy • Attack Submarine Force Level Objectives • Long Term Submarine Building Projection: 1989-1998 • Selected Submarine Weapon Procurement Plans: 1989-1991 • Proposed Submarine and ASW RDT&E Funding: 1989-1991 • Issues Raised in Blue Ribbon Panel Report on U.S.

Submarine Technology

Surface Combatants • Composition and Age of U.S. Combatant Forces: 1989-1998 • Surface Combatant Force Level Objectives Based on Pre-1989 Planning • Changes in Surface Combatant Force Level

Objectives as a Result of Navy's Recent

Requirements Study • Long Term Combatant Force Building Projection: 1989-1998 • Composition of Future Surface Combatant Force: 1980-1998 • Selected Surface Combatant Weapon Procurement

Plans: 1989-1991 • Proposed Surface Combatant RDT&E Funding: 1989-1991 • Options Proposed Which Would Slow DDG 51


Aircraft Carriers • Composition and Age of U.S. Carrier Force: 1989-1998 • Elements of U.S. Carrier Force Strategy • Carrier Force Level Objective • Issues Raised Concerning Navy's Carrier Force

Level Objective

Amphibious Ships • Composition and Age of U.S. Amphibious Ship

Force: 1989-1998 • Amphibious Landing Craft Assault Capability: 1980 and 1990 • Elements of U.S. Amphibious Force Strategy • Amphibious Ship Force Level Objective • Long Term Amphibious Ship Building Projection: 1989-1998

Ocean Survey and Surveillance Ships • Composition and Age of U.S. Ocean Survey and

Surveillance Ship Forces: 1989-1998 • Characteristics of Proposed TAGOS 23 SWATH

Design Ocean Surveillance Ship • Characteristics of Planned TAGS Oceanographic

Survey vessels

Boats and Service Craft • Planned Boat/Craft Procurement FY 1990-91

Implications for Industry • Will (Can) Navy Maintain the Pace of Ship

Contruction? • What Will Happen to the Industrial Base?

Developments to Watch • Internal Clash for Available Funds Likely • Cost Overruns and Claims Will Be A Growing

Concern • Technology Development Will Be Given Added


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