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Rear Adm. Jeffrey J. Kilian (left), the commander of Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific/Director, Fleet Civil Engineer, U.S. Pacific Fleet, briefs Brendan Owens, the assistant secretary of defense for energy, installations, and environment (ASD EI&E) and Paul D. Cramer, the principal deputy of ASD EI&E, during their visit to Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF), Feb. 1, 2023.

During the visit, Owens and Cramer met with senior leadership from PHNSY & IMF to assess progress on the Navy’s Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program and tour the shipyard’s dry dock areas that will be modernized beginning in 2023. The first modernization action proposes to construct and operate a new graving dry dock and waterfront production facility to support current and future classes of the nation’s nuclear-powered submarines.
220201-N-QL164-002.JPG Photo By: Marc Ayalin

Feb 23, 2023
PEARL HARBOR NAVAL SHIPYARD, Hawaii - Rear Adm. Jeffrey J. Kilian (left), the commander of Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Pacific/Director, Fleet Civil Engineer, U.S. Pacific Fleet, briefs Brendan Owens, the assistant secretary of defense for energy, installations, and environment (ASD EI&E) and Paul D. Cramer, the principal deputy of ASD EI&E, during their visit to Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility (PHNSY & IMF), Feb. 1, 2023. During the visit, Owens and Cramer met with senior leadership from PHNSY & IMF to assess progress on the Navy’s Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program and tour the shipyard’s dry dock areas that will be modernized beginning in 2023. The first modernization action proposes to construct and operate a new graving dry dock and waterfront production facility to support current and future classes of the nation’s nuclear-powered submarines.


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