NAVSEALOGCENNaval Sea Logistics Center
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In a 1988 study, NAVSEALOGCEN found that proliferation of allowance parts lists (APLs) for like items of HM&E equipment had reached unacceptably high levels, causing significant support problems.
Since the late 1980s, NAVSEALOGCEN has focused its HM&E standardization program on reducing the unnecessary introduction of new HM&E equipment--other words, to reduce the number of unique or nearly unique HM&E APLs.
As a result of its HM&E standardization program, NAVSEALOGCEN has dramatically reduced the unnecessary introduction of new HM&E equipment in the fleet.