U.S. Navy Keeps Competition Keen For Ship Buys

Credit: U.S. Navy
When he became U.S. Navy secretary in 2009, Ray Mabus faced a problem encountered by nearly every predecessor dating to America’s founding, but uniquely important given the financial crisis and the then-emerging pivot to the Asia-Pacific region and the Pentagon’s AirSea Battle concept. The dilemma...

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