U.S. Navy Shaves Budget, Eyes More Ships

The U.S. Navy says it can save so much money in its immediate and near-term budget plans that the service now plans to buy more ships. The Navy baseline budget request for fiscal 2012 is $161.4 billion, compared to last year’s baseline request of $160.6 billion. The overall request, including...

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