THE PENTAGON – The U.S. Navy’s fiscal 2016 budget request includes an increase for the coming year as well as a bump across the 2016-2020 future years defense program (FYDP). The fiscal 2016 budget request of about $161 billion represents an increase of about $1.5 billion, or 1%, compared to the previous fiscal year’s request. The FYDP request for fiscal years 2016 through 2020 is about $828.4 billion, or about $5.1 billion more than the FYDP request included in the fiscal ...

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