Supervisor of Shipbuilding in Bath, Maine, gets a new commanding officer

The Navy Supervisor of Shipbuilding in Bath, Maine, has a new commanding officer.

Capt. Michael Taylor became the 30th commanding officer when he relieved Capt. Robert Crowe during a ceremony Friday at Bath Waterfront Park.

Known as “SUPSHIP Bath,” the command monitors design and construction Navy warships.

All told, it keeps tabs on five Navy ship classes at private shipyards in Bath, Maine; San Diego, Calif.; Marinette, Wis.; and Anacortes, Wash.

Before coming to Maine, Taylor served as the test and evaluation director for the Littoral Combat Ship Program Office. Crowe is retiring after a 27-year career serving the Navy.

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