Sequestration Could Diminish U.S. Navy Influence Abroad

Sequestration threatens to dilute the power and punch of U.S. Navy forces abroad and even the ability to reprogram funds will not be enough to guarantee the nation’s presence where and when needed abroad, says Rear Adm. John Kirby, chief of Navy information, in a recent blog. Kirby cites the...

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