U.S. Navy Eyes Common Ship Systems For LCS Variants

HONOLULU, Hawaii — The U.S. Navy is seeing the price of Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) hulls decreasing and the service is now looking at developing more common ship systems to further reduce costs, says Rear Adm. Brian Antonio, LCS program executive officer. “Both shipbuilders right now are showing...

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