The U.S. Navy’s shipbuilding and maintenance plans already have some observers worried about the future availability of nuclear-powered submarines and aircraft carriers. Now the Navy is raising its own alarm over proposed funding for the reactors that power those vessels. Analysts at the Congressional Research Service (CRS) and other agencies or organizations have bemoaned the attack-submarine shortfall the Navy will have to endure in the coming years to accommodate its proposed ...
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