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Saving the Navy

Saving the Navy

On a crisp autumn morning at the Washington Navy Yard, similar to the ones we’re having now, I pulled on the heavy door of the headquarters of the Military Sealift Command (MSC). Only in my mid-twenties, I had, through an odd series of events, found myself the project...

Saving the Navy

On a crisp autumn morning at the Washington Navy Yard, similar to the ones we’re having now, I pulled on the heavy door of the headquarters of the Military Sealift Command (MSC). Only in my mid-twenties, I had, through an odd series of events, found myself the project manager for something called MSC’s “business process reengineering” and MSC’s Chief of Staff, a US Navy Captain, had summoned me...

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