Shipyard managers, workers scramble to reform ahead of next round of base closings


The Los Angeles class attack submarine USS Miami (SSN 755) before it was torched at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard by a painter who wanted to get out of work early. 

It seems so simple. Listen to your workers. In the highly structured, work silo-driven, hierarchical system of a naval shipyard with more than 6,000 employees, though, it would seem an almost impossible task.
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