NASSCO-Mayport Performed the First LCS OCONUS East Coast Availability

General Dynamics NASSCO-Mayport performed the first LCS OCONUS East Coast availability supporting USS Little Rock (LCS 9) in Montreal, Quebec. NASSCO-Mayport employees travelled to Montreal, Quebec to complete an emergent 12-day Planned Maintenance Availability (PMAV) on short notice.

171216-N-N0101-101 BUFFALO, N.Y. (Dec. 16, 2017) The Blue crew of the freedom variant littoral combat ship USS Little Rock (LCS 9) man the rails during the ship’s commissioning ceremony Dec. 16, 2017 in Buffalo, N.Y. Little Rock is the fifth freedom-variant LCS to join the fleet. The fast, shallow-draft vessel has a modular design capable of implementing a variety of mission packages as an asset to the fleet in both the shallow coastal regions as well as trans-Atlantic service. (U.S. Navy photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin/Released)
The USS Little Rock is shown moored in Montreal’s old port, Sunday, January 21, 2018. A newly commissioned Navy warship will be wintering in Montreal after its journey to Florida was interrupted by cold and ice. (Photo courtesy of THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)