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NAVY - OPNAVI 9072.2

(OP-03C) SHOCK HARDENING OF SURFACE SHIPS

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Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 12 January 1987
Status: active
Page Count: 10
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Applies to new construction and operational surface ships, including installed and stowed systems/equipment and to shipboard items which are designed and furnished by other U.S. Government agencies or by foreign suppliers. Shock hardening initiatives encompass the development and installation of system improvements to prevent or minimize the broad degrading effects of shock on mission performance. Application of shock hardening techniques shall be consistent with CNO's operational readiness and warfighting sustainability goals. Ship types and functions that typically require shock hardening and basic hardening criteria are identified in enclosure (1).

Document History

February 19, 2013
(N96) SHOCK HARDENING OF SURFACE SHIPS
Applicability and Scope. This instruction applies to new construction and in-service ships with shock hardening requirements and shall be used for the ship and all equipment and systems that compose...
OPNAVI 9072.2
January 12, 1987
(OP-03C) SHOCK HARDENING OF SURFACE SHIPS
Applies to new construction and operational surface ships, including installed and stowed systems/equipment and to shipboard items which are designed and furnished by other U.S. Government agencies...

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