U.S. Navy Needs To Address Ship Shortfalls Now

WASHINGTON – The Pentagon and U.S. Navy would do well to worry about the implications of its 30-year shipbuilding plan now, instead of thinking of its fleet strategy as a concern decades down the road. That is especially true for the Navy’s fleets of attack submarines, cruisers and destroyers, which...

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