U.S. Navy Cuts Spending Request By $38 Billion Across FYDP

THE PENTAGON — The fiscal 2015 baseline budget request for the U.S. Navy, announced March 4, is $148 billion, compared to the $156 billion 2014 request, which was whittled down to $150 billion by the Budget Control Act and its mandatory sequestration spending cuts. The plan also includes budget...

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