U.S. Navy Explores Why ‘Military’ Grade Procurement Costs More

ARLINGTON, Va. — The U.S. Navy brass is on a quest to find out why it costs so much more money to buy military equipment than it does to buy similar commercial equipment or systems. For example, it costs about three times more to buy a military-grade generator offering the same rate of power, says...

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