Sequestration Forces Tough Choices In U.S. Navy Training, Readiness

By cutting into training and readiness funding, sequestration could force the U.S. Navy to be more selective about what missions its aircraft and ships can perform at any given time, says Adm. Jonathan Greenert, the chief of naval operations. “If you take an air wing, they do air-to-air, they do air...

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