U.S. Navy Submarine Programs Face Greater Scrutiny

The U.S. Navy is under increasing pressure to execute its submarine programs well as the service tries to develop its ballistic-missile sub replacements and buy enough upgraded Virginia-class attack subs to maintain the fleet size it needs at a time when the Pentagon is watching every penny. In this...

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