FRCSW

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FRCSWFleet Readiness Center Southwest (San Diego, CA)
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During Leehe's visit, he highlighted DLA Distribution's contributions to FRCSW's mission.
Depot-level transformation at FRCSW is focused around three activities:
According to Rick DeVore, the FRCSW engineer credited with leading the CBR+ innovation process and co-author of this article, "The CBR+ process allowed us to extend the service life of the aircraft and minimize much of the analysis that will be required during the planned service-life extension program."
Representing the Navy, FRCSW competed against Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, N.C., Letterkenny Army Depot in Pa., and the Defense Supply Center in Columbus, Ohio, in the final Sustainability--Industrial Installation category.
This was the first year FRCSW was selected for the DOE's Federal Energy and Water Management Award, and the fifth consecutive year FRCSW earned the "Gold" level of achievement within the Secretary of the Navy's energy conservation program, signifying a "very good to outstanding" program.
Team member LCDR Ken Flaherty who works for FISCSD and currently serves as the FRCSW Supply Officer is an AIRSpeed Black Belt.
When you visit the landing gear shop at FRCSW, you see the same visual workflow and are able to identify the barrier or impediment there as well.
BCG arrived at FRCSW in early October to analyze the shop's processes and devise improved procedures to increase production efficiency.
FRCSW follows the ISO 14001 standard for its environmental management system (EMS) and was upgraded from the ISO 14001:2004 standard to ISO 14001:2015.
Sharing her knowledge of CPI and its executable DoD-designated program, AIRSpeed, with hundreds of aviators and ground crews, Ancho created and instituted a training-timeline change that has since led to an 86-percent increase in green-belt certifications at the base's Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW) detachment.
The design was sent to the F/A-18 Fleet Support Team (FST) at Fleet Readiness Center Southwest (FRCSW) in San Diego, which modified some dimensions and produced a second prototype that fit the actual aircraft vent.