CNO Outlines Shipbuilding, Aircraft Cuts In Fiscal '14

McCarthy, Mike
September 2013
Defense Daily;9/5/2013, p11
Market Research Report
The article reports on a statement by Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jonathan Greenert on the need of the Navy to cut its ship and aircraft procurement plans in fiscal 2014 unless there is a budget relief from the U.S. Congress. According to Greenert, the Navy may be forced to eliminate one of the Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs) planned for construction in fiscal 2014 with sequestration remaining in place. It was also noted that the budget cuts would have a big impact on the defense industry.


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