Funding constraints have prevented the U.S. Navy from buying the number of Penguin anti-ship missiles it needs, Navy Secretary John Dalton told the congressional defense panels. The service needs about $100 million over a three-year procurement plan to meet its Penguin requirements, Dalton said in a March 26 memo to Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.). SASC is marking up its annual defense authorization bill, which funds weapons systems including ...

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