Despite repeated attempts to kill programs related to the acquisition and maintenance of U.S. aircraft carriers, the fleet continues to rule the seas and anchor naval strategy. But with sequestration, continuing resolutions and other budgetary concerns, carriers remain big financial targets. Rear Adm. Thomas Moore, the Navy's program executive officer for aircraft carriers, recently discussed the challenges of keeping CVN-78 Gerald Ford construction and other programs on track with ...
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