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The fleet support community (1700 designator) is supposed to provide critical shore station expertise to the Navy. But its mission areas have become duplicates of other Navy communities and are candidates for outsourcing or privatization.
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Janice Graham is a retired Navy officer and a 1991 graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School. Currently, she is a research associate at The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies in Rosslyn, Virginia, and a doctoral candidate at The George Washington University.
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