Fleet Sustainment

Fleet Sustainment, Ship Repair and Modernization

U.S. Navy photo courtesy of HII by Ashley Cowan

Epsilon Systems is one of only five companies in the world SUBSAFE certified!

Gain the synergistic benefits of our capabilities and facilities close to major U.S. Navy homeports.

Over 500 Epsilon Systems employees support the repair and modernization of submarines, surface ships and aircraft carriers. We have over 125,000 square feet of repair and modernization facilities in Portsmouth, VA, San Diego, Pearl Harbor, and Mayport, FL.

Qualifications and Certifications

  • Naval Sea System Command (NAVSEA) NOTE 5000 SUBSAFE Certified on all classes of submarines
  • Designated Overhaul Point (DOP) for Level 1 (L1) components under SUBSAFE and Submarine Corporate Component Repair Program (CCRP)
  • Master Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA) to perform Complex Repair Work (Virginia location)
  • ISO 9001:2015-Compliant Quality Management System
  • NAVSEA and American Bureau of Ship (ABS) Certified Welders and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Personnel
  • Certified Fiber Optic Technicians
  • Level III NDT Visual, Penetrant, Magnetic, and Ultrasonic Testing Provider


Fleet Sustainment Capabilities

“Bravo Zulu and thank you to the Gas Turbine Shop, for your expertise and professionalism in the short-notice, emergency repair of NR 1 gas turbine generator in Chung-Hoon. In particular, I would like to acknowledge the support of Genaro Hernandez. The work ethic and dedication to excellence of the SWRMC team is evident in the quality of the repair to NR 1 GTG. Your efforts and skill enabled Chung-Hoon to resume operations and proceed with operational tasking and our ability to keep fighting out at sea. Well done!”

From: David Hollon, CO USS Chung Hoon

Shipyard and Field Services Spotlight

LCS Deployment Team Supports NATO in Greece

Epsilon Systems’ SE LCS Deployment Support Team successfully conducted a forward deployed Preventative Maintenance Availability (PMAV) on the first East-coast LCS ship to deploy across the Atlantic in Souda Bay, Greece, on the island of Crete. The team was in Greece from May 22-26, 2022, where they overcame a series of logistic problems to complete the first LCS PMAV in the 6th Fleet.

They performed scheduled preventative maintenance aboard the Freedom-class littoral combat ship USS Sioux City (LCS 11) at the Marathi NATO Pier Complex in Souda Bay. Naval Support Activity Souda Bay is an operational ashore base that enables U.S., Allied, and Partner nation forces to be where they are needed when they are needed to preserve security and stability in the European, African, and Central Command areas of responsibility.

“Epsilon’s adherence to contract requirements, specifications, and standards of performance remains above the industry average. … They maintain an excellent reputation on the waterfront in Norfolk, San Diego, Mayport and the Far East region. Over and over again, Epsilon is complimented on their work by Fleet personnel in all areas of performance.”

From: NSWC PD Program Manager