U.S. Navy Shifts, Delays And Cuts Ship Programs In Budget Compromise

THE PENTAGON — The U.S. Navy’s topline fiscal 2013 baseline budget request of about $155.9 billion is a study in compromise, protecting some of the service’s signature programs by reducing some, delaying some, and scuttling some other programs altogether. The request is about $9.5 billion less than...

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