U.S. Navy Sees Fiscal 2017 Cut, But Future Years Boost

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THE PENTAGON—The U.S. Defense Department’s new budget request includes a Navy and Marine Corps cut for fiscal 2017 but higher funding in the future years defense program (FYDP) as some bigger submarine programs come online. The fiscal 2017 base budget for the department is $155.4 billion, a decrease...

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