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- ※RCOHはリフュエリング＆オーヴァーホール(Refuelling & Complex Overhaul：核燃料棒の交換＆包括修理)の略、COHはコンプレックス・オーヴァーホール（Complex Overhaul：包括修理）の略で、原子力艦のCOHは20数年に1度必要な核燃料棒の交換を並行して行う（工期約3年）。ESRAは長期の選択的、限定的な有用性（小規模な修理、改修：Extended Selected Restricted Availability。工期9ヶ月）の略。EDSRAはExtended Drydock Selected Restricted Availabilityの略。DPIAはドック入りして行う有用性向上計画（Dry-Docked Planned Incremental AvailabilityまたはDocking Planned Incremental Availability。工期1年弱）
- ※ニミッツ Nimitz CVN-68
|1977/3/10〜1977/7/10 Extended SRA||導入、設置：Modifications were incorporated to convert Nimitz from an attack aircraft carrier (CVAN) to a multi-purpose carrier (CVN); to accommodate Grumman F-14A Tomcats, Lockheed S-3A Vikings and Sikorsky SH-3H Sea Kings; four Versatile Avionics Shop Test (VAST) Stations; the acquisition and testing of an ASW Tactical Support Center (TSC), allowing her to process sensor information obtained from Vikings and Sea Kings; two EA-6B Digital Test Stations (DTS) vans; five AWM-23 test stations for F-14A AWG-9 missile control systems; and the Naval Modular Automated Communications System (NAVMACS A+), which guarded up to four broadcast channels, and served as an automated shipboard terminal.|
|1983/6/17〜1984/7 Complex Overhaul||導入、設置：Two RIM-7H5 Basic Point Defense Missile System (BPDMS) NATO Sea Sparrow; three Mk. 15 Mod. 1 Phalanx Close-In Weapon System (CIWS). Developed in response to the ongoing threat poised by sea-skimmer and anti-ship cruise missiles, CIWS was a last-ditch "fast-reaction" defense system against those missiles, combining on a single mount fire control radars and a six barrel M61A1 Vulcan (Gatling) gun firing tungsten alloy projectiles at a rate of up to 4,500 rounds per minute. During initial test firings Nimitz's CIWS gunners savaged the target, leaving only the swivel connecting to the tow cable; Flag Data Display System and new NTDS (both of which they actually completed installing during Navy sea trials.|
|1987/8/21〜1988/2/8 SRA '87||導入、設置：Mk. 36 Super Rapid Blossoming Off-Board Chaff.|
|1989/8/19〜1990/3/3 DSRA-90||導入、設置：Upgraded capabilities to accommodate F/A-18C lot 12s, including an F/A-18C Arm/De-arm Platform, F-14A(+/B)s, A-6E SWIP/Composite Wings, EA-6B Block 86s, E-2C(+)s and SH-60Fs; AN/SRC-47 flight deck communication system; advanced newband digital voice terminal system and Have Quick anti-jam ultra high frequency system.|
|1994/1/29〜1994/8/20 EDSRA||導入、設置：Upgraded capabilities to accommodate
F/A-18 Lot 16/17, E-2C Group II and EA-6B
Block 89 aircraft; APG-73 test program set
used in conjunction with the Consolidated
Automated Support System for the radar's
installation in Hornets; AN/USC-38V extremely
high frequency satellite communication system;
OA-9243(V)SR antenna tilt group; WSC-6 super
high frequency; electronic warfare command
station; high frequency electronic-mail (E-Mail);
WSC-3 satellite communications (Quad-Demand
Assigned Multiple Access); Joint Tactical
Information Display Systems (JTIDS)/Link
16; Quad INMARSAT; SYS-2; Snap III; Smartnet
shipboard internal communication system;
USC38V extremely high frequency; UMK-3 TESS
(3.0); SMOOS (these latter two were tactical
environmental support systems that received,
analyzed and displayed atmospheric and oceanographic
information); SMQ-11 EPROM update; NTCS-A
upgrade; JDISS; TAMPS upgrade; SCCTV upgrade;
SLQ-32V(4); USQ-125; Joint Tactical Information
Distribution System; Joint Maritime Command
Information System (considered the first
information technology installation for the
21st Century, known as IT21); FTAS; JFACC-Afloat;
MDS message processing system/software in
local area network for automatic distribution,
enabling "paperless" processing
by floppy diskettes; upgraded Halon systems
to include fail safe time delay valves.
換装：SPS-48C with SPS-48E; and SPN-42 with SPN-46.
改装：SPS-49(V)1 to SPS-49(V)5.
撤去：Pneumatic tube message systems; KG-36, KI-1A and KY-75 crypto equipment; and AN/UCC-1 keyer/converter equipment.
|1998/5/26〜2001/6/28 Refueling Complex Overhaul||導入、設置：RIM-116A Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) System, a lightweight quick-reaction "fire-and-forget" missile designed to counter anti-ship missiles attacking in waves or streams, on her starboard bow; Integrated Communications and Advanced Networks (ICAN), which combined previously separate communications and navigation systems for greater efficiency; local area network comprising over 300 workstations serving seven geographical sites. Among the improvements to her electronic connectivity was the installation of a T-1 line; Global Command and Control System-Maritime; SEATEL satellite television system.|
|2002/1/1〜2002/12/31||導入、設置：Replaced the forward RAM launcher (swept overboard during her home port shift) including a "wave break" to protect the system; Upgrades to accommodate F/A-18E Super Hornets, including aircraft armament equipment, counter measures and nitrogen bottle stowage, including aircraft expendable countermeasures complex; conversion of the Air Operations Center, Combat Direction Center, Strike Operations Cell and Intelligence Warfare Center into an "all digital Operations Center"; TARPS modifications to the ship's first operational Shared Reconnaissance Pods (SHARPS) test stations; AN/WSC-6(V)4 satellite communication upgrade; AN/WSC-8(V)1/2 commercial C-Band satellite communication; Sailor Phones; quad 5kHz ultra high frequency satellite communication; AN/US1-147A(V)1 quality monitoring control set upgrade; lowering of OE-82 antennae to reduce the impact on AN/SPQ-9 radar; AN/USQ-144C(V)2 ADNS; AN/USQ-148B(V)2 SCI ADNS; Joint Tactical Information Distribution System upgrade; AN/SPS-73; Battle Force E-Mail-66; Fleet Messaging System; S-3B surveillance system upgrade and Joint Targeting Toolbox 2.1; secure television system (23TV); battle group passive horizon extension system; hostile integrated targeting system; Naval Fires Network; F/A-18A/C/E/F SHARPS tactical reconnaissance processing system; S-3B SSC video reconnaissance system; TAMPS F/A-18A/C/E/F mission planning system; advanced combat direction system block 1, Cooperative Engagement Capability; ship self-defense system; SPQ-9B fire control radar; integrated communication and navigation system; integrated shipboard information system and aviation consolidated allowance listing for F/A-18E/F Super Hornets.|
- ※ドワイト D. アイゼンハワー Dwight D. Eisenhower CVN-69
|1985/10/26〜1987/4/26 Complex Overhaul||導入、設置：Three RIM-7M Basic Point Defense Missile System (BPDMS) NATO Sea Sparrow; three Mk. 15 Mod. 1 Phalanx Close-In Weapon System (CIWS). Developed in response to the ongoing threat poised by sea-skimmer and anti-ship cruise missiles, CIWS was a last-ditch "fast-reaction" defense system against those missiles, combining on a single mount fire control radars and a six barrel M61A1 Vulcan (Gatling) gun firing tungsten alloy projectiles at a rate of up to 4,500 rounds per minute; five Joint Operational Tactical Systems; two Prototype Ocean Surveillance Terminal Systems; Tactical Environmental Support System (TESS); Carrier Air Traffic Control Center Direct Altitude Identification Readout Technology System; Tactical Aircraft Mission Planning System; Integrated Carrier Antisubmarine Prediction System (ICAPS); Advanced Combat Directional System (ACDS); AN/SLQ-50 Battle Group Passive Horizon Extension System; and Mk. 23 Target Acquisition System.|
|1987/10||The crew installed, tested and removed the AN/SLQ-50 (XN-1) battle group passive horizon extension system on board for Fleet wide evaluation.|
|1988/10/3〜1989/3/3 Selected Restricted Availability||導入、設置：Capability to operate and support
F/A-18 Hornets; Mk. 36 decoy launching system;
Tomahawk Missile Display System; Tomahawk
Central Communication Network and Advanced
Combat Direction System.
換装：Message processing and distribution system with NavMacs V5 processing/distribution system.
|1993/1/6〜1993/4/28 Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability||導入、設置：AN/SMQ-11 Meteorological Satellite Receiver allowing environmental support; Joint Maritime Command Information System (JMCIS) tested as an integrated afloat element.|
|1995/10/1〜1997/1/26 Complex Overhaul||導入、設置：AN/USM247(V) Versatile Avionics
Shop Test (VAST) bench; AN/USM467 radio communications
RF Interface Unit and Display Analyzer Simulator,
enabling improved avionics support to Hawkeyes;
AN/AQM24B Anti-Submarine Warfare Test Station;
AN/SLQ-32(V)4; Communications Status Net;
Multi Circuit Patch Panel; UMK-3 TESS (3.0);
SMOOS (these latter two were tactical environmental
support systems that received, analyzed and
displayed atmospheric and oceanographic information);
Joint Tactical Information Display Systems
(JTIDS)/Link 16; SPS-48E 3D air search radar;
USQ-125 Link 11 data terminal set; Q-70 color
display tactical consoles; new command table;
large screen display; Joint Services Imagery
Processing System (JSIPS); Contingency Theater
Air Planning System (CTAPS), which allowed
the ship to interface with the Joint Forces
Air Component Commander.
アップグレード：AN/SPS-49(V)1 to AN/SPS-49(V)5; Advanced Combat Direction System (ACDS) Block 0 to ACDS Block 1; Secure Brief Television (TV); Sea TV; DSS satellite; AN/WSC-6 SHF-7 FT; high frequency radio group (URC-13); AN/SRC-55 Hierarchically Yet Dynamically Re-programmable Architecture (Hydra); ship-wide classified local area network (LAN).
換装：AN/SPN-42 with AN/SPN-46; AN/SPN-43B with AN/SPN-43C; AN/GRT-21/GRD-23 with AN/GRC-211; AN/VRC-46 with AN/SRC-54; SNAP I with SNAP III; and TACINTEL with TACINTEL II.
改装：Three VAST benches to seven Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS) suites.
|1999||導入、設置：digital photo laboratory AVID
non-linear video editing suite; Joint
System (JBS); Global Command and Control
System-Maritime 3.1.1B (two types:
GENSER and GCCS-M SCI); Tactical Air
Planning System (TAMPS); CTAPS version
Theater ballistic Missile Core Systems
Special Warfare Mission Planning System
ACDS version 2.1.4; and NATO Initial
Transfer System (NIDTS) to facilitate
of NATO air tasking orders.
撤去：Mk. 36 decoy launching system, consisting of eight Mk. 137 launchers and eight Super Rapid Off Board Chaff (SRBOC) launchers.
|2001/5/22〜2005/1/25 Mid-Life Refueling Complex Overhaul||移行：LAN to metropolitan area network (MAN);
message processing from NavMacs II to Personal
Message Computer Terminal (PCMT).
導入、設置：RIM-116A Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) System, a lightweight quick-reaction "fire-and-forget" missile designed to counter anti-ship missiles attacking in waves or streams; rearchitectured NATO Sea Sparrow missile system; Radio Communications Suite (RCS), providing external afloat communications in support of "real world missions."; AN/SMQ-11; UMQ-12 Mini-Rawinsonde System; Integrated Communications Advanced Network (ICAN), which could distribute all navigation, communication and machinery controls.
- ※カール・ヴィンソン Carl Vinson CVN-70
|1982/7/23〜1982/12/10 Post Shakedown Availability||導入、設置：AN/SLQ-17A(V)2 defensive electronic countermeasures (ECM) system; AN/WLR-1C with band 10 electronic supportmeasures (ESM) system; AN/WLR-11A ESM; AN/SPS-49 air search radar; AN/SPN-42A automated carrier landing system certified for Mode 1 landings with LTV A-7 Corsair IIs; and LORAN C navigation system.|
|1990/9/15〜1993/4/15 Complex Overhaul||導入、設置：The ship reconfigured to embark and operate Grumman F-14D Tomcats,
McDonnell Douglas (Boeing) F/A-18C Block 14 Hornets, Grumman E-2C Group
II Hawkeyes, Improved Capability [ICAP] II/Block 86 EA-6B Prowlers, Lockheed
S-3B Vikings and Sikorsky HH-60 and SH-60F Seahawks; SEATEL [TV-at-Sea],
a shipboard satellite receiver designed to enable the crew to view live
television while underway; composite repair work center, F404 [Hornets],
F110 [Tomcats] and T700 [Seahawks] engine test cell adapters; F/A-18C Servocylinder
Test Stand; configuration of Consolidated Automated Support System (CASS);
Single Audio System to improve tactical voice capabilities; KY-58 cryptographic
system; five Grumman EA-6B Prowler vans, each consisting of a Transmitter
Test Station, Exciter Test Station, Digital Test Bench, RadCom and CATIIID
Station in support of the ALQ-99 system; Advanced Narrow Band Digital Voice
Terminal; Navy Standard Teletype; 18 foot antenna; Joint Tactical Information
Distribution System (JTIDS), including developing critical procedures and
guidelines for battlegroup integration of JTIDS; seven automated teller
machines; extended the flight deck to enable wing tip arming of F/A-18A/Cs
on Catapult No. 4; AN/SMQ-11 weather satellite; Dual Miniature Inertial
Navigation System; Advanced Combat Direction System; AN/SLQ-32(V)4 electrical
support and countermeasures; 10 .50 Cal. machine gun mounts; Surface Ship
Torpedo Defense System (SSTD).
アップグレード：TPS-42 air traffic control system; AN/SPS(V)5 radar; Anti-Submarine Warfare Module.
再設置：Mk. 15 Close-in-Weapons-System (CIWS); Mk. 57 Mod. 3 NATO Sea Sparrow.
撤去：KY-8 cryptographic equipment and racks; trussed whip antenna that experienced a "high fail rate."
|1995||導入、設置：AN/WSC-6(V)4 SHF satellite communications (SatCom); AN/USC-38(V)4 EHF SatCom; Serial Link 11; Satellite Link 11; USQ-125 Data Terminal Set; SPN-46 Automated Carrier Landing System; R/UGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missile [TLAM] Afloat Planning System; Digital Darkroom; Tactical Environmental Support System; SABER Communications System Analyzer R-2670; digital satellite television; and UQX-5(V)9 Fast Time Analyzer.|
|1996||導入、設置：Joint Forces Air Component Commander (JFACC)/Contingency Theater Automated Planning System (CTAPS); Challenge Athena (CA-III) Commercial C-Band Satellite System; TG cellular and telular system (Motorola PCS-801); SHF SatCom seven foot antenna (replaced while underway in the Gulf during temperatures approaching 120 degrees F., a dangerous procedure for the sailors involved due to the heat, high winds and ship's motion, but necessarily for the carrier's continued operations); OE-82C/WSC-1 antenna modification; Battle Group Information Exchange System (BGIXS) II; SHF Baseband upgrade; and Satellite Links 11 and 16.|
|1999/7〜2000/6 Drydocked Planned Incremental Availability||導入、設置：upgraded local area network.|
|2002/3/7〜2002/9/6 Incremental Availability||導入、設置：Accommodation for Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornets.|
|2006/4||導入、設置：A prototype AN/WSC-3 SatCom antenna splitter which allowed the two OE-82C SatCom antennae to track two widely separated SatComs simultaneously.|
- ※エイブラハム・リンカーン Abraham Lincoln CVN-72
|1995/11/14〜1996/12/6 Extended Drydocking Selected Restricted Availability||Established the ship's first major home web page on the Internet, utilizing HTML/JAVA formats-the ship's radiomen noted that this permitted them to enter "the information superhighway with full force" (sailors recorded over 75,000 hits on the site during the first six months of operation); Upgraded the WLR-1 Electronic Surveillance system from V3 to V5; Installed SPS-48E Air Search Radar; Installed SYS-2 Integrated Automatic Direction System; Removed the AN/USM-467 Radar Communication Test Station and the 128SEAV14175-21 Maintenance Adapter Test Console, both in support of A-6E Intruders, to make room for the AN/APM-376(V) Radar Test Bench set; Removed three AN/USM-274(V) Versatile Avionics Shop Test stations, one AN/USM-470(V)2 Tailored Mini Vast station and one AN/ASA-82 Dynamic Alignment Test Set station; Installed three AN/USM-636A(V)1 and two AN/USM-636(V)3 Consolidated Automated Support System stations; Removed all AN/UGC-143's and installed the computer based Navy Orderwire system, which completely automated teletype functions; Installed the Naval Modular Automated Communication System II; Installed the Ship Automated Communications Control System; Converted refrigeration systems from R-12 to the environmentally friendly R-134a refrigerant.|
|2002/2/14〜2002/7/24 Maintenance Prior to Deployment||導入、設置：Replaced the AN/SPS-64 surface search radar with AN/SPS-73 and Furono repeater system.|
|2006/8/29〜2007/6/30 Drydock Planned Incremental Availability||導入、設置：RIM-116A Rolling Airframe Missile (RAM) system, a lightweight quick-reaction 'fire-and-forget' missile designed to counter antiship missiles attacking in waves or streams.|