U.S. Navy Gets Fewer Ships, Aircraft Than Planned Under Obama

Credit: Super Hornet: U.S. Navy
In President Donald Trump’s first budget blueprint, the U.S. Navy will get fewer new ships and aircraft than planned under the previous administration, budget documents show. The Trump administration’s budget request for fiscal 2018 prioritizes readiness over buying new equipment, according to Navy...

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