Time For U.S. Navy To Rethink Long-Term Shipbuilding

Based on two recent reports, the U.S. Navy should revisit its long-term shipbuilding plan and the way it looks at constructing its vessels. At the very least, the Navy must get a better grasp on just how many ships it wants or needs in the coming three decades — and for which missions those ships...

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