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When we get our 600-ship Navy, one out of every 12 of its warships will be one that none of us seems |° know what to do with. The trouble Is not the ships—it is their management. The real issue is how to induce a reluctant Navy management into spend- tog the large amounts of money needed (o bring the Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates up to their full potential.