U.S. Navy Wants $2B Jump In Weapons With Focus On Long Range
The U.S. Navy wants an increase in critical, long-range munitions and would use recently enacted congressional authorization to start multiyear procurement of several. The service’s fiscal 2024 budget request, unveiled March 13, includes $6.9 billion for weapons, a $2 billion increase over fiscal...
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