U.K. legislators and the National Audit Office remain concerned over whether the defense ministry will be able to deliver “value for money” on the revised carrier strike program, but the NAO at least has concluded that the decision to fundamentally restructure the program a year ago was made on a sound basis. Earlier, the NAO raised concerns about the decision to change the carrier strike program to buying two aircraft carriers and converting one to catapult launch and arresting gear ...
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