The habitability team alone, consisting of active duty Sailors and civilian contractors, teamed together to update more than 800 lockers and beds, commonly referred to as racks, in 14 berthings and were responsible for renovating the deck, installing new gear, and painting various spaces. The reconstruction of the berthings is important, said Operations Specialist 2nd Class Alyssa Martinez, a habitability team member. It's our home away from home while we are out to sea.
The COVID-19 pandemic added an extra layer of complexity for Sailors and contractors assigned to this project. They had to work on an already difficult task while following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Department of Defense health guidance while staying on schedule.
I couldn't be prouder of this entire team for the sacrifices they have made, said Capt. Walter Slaughter, commanding officer of Abraham Lincoln. It's even harder under the umbrella of a worldwide pandemic.
A quality of being good enough to live in.
Beds and sleeping accommodation on boats and ships.
A 2002 study from the RAND said a Refueling and Complex Overhaul （RCOH） may be the most challenging engineering and industrial task undertaken anywhere.