There are growing concerns about how continuing resolutions (CRs) and sequestration will affect the proposed Pacific Pivot plans for the U.S. Navy. Program cuts and delays could disrupt Navy shipbuilding plans to a point that the service will be unable to support its strategy, according to officials in and out of the service. The result, some analysts say, could be a weaker Pacific stance that could embolden the Chinese in the region. Anchoring the Pacific Pivot is the Navy’s ...
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