U.S. Navy Redefines Battle-Force Ship Count

For years, patrol ships have been the forgotten stepchildren of the U.S. Navy. As noted naval historian, analyst and author Norman Polmar writes in his most recent edition of the Naval Institute Guide to the Ships and Aircraft of the U.S. Fleet: “Historically, the Navy’s leadership has not supported...

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