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Future of the Navy’s Amphibious & Maritime Prepositioning Forces
J. Michael Gilmore (ed); Eric J. Labs (au). The U.S. Navy plans to modernize both its amphibious & maritime prepositioning ships over the next 30 years. Its plans include developing a sea-basing capability that would allow the Navy to deploy & sustain Marine Corps units on shore without needing to build up a supply depot on land. This would require the Navy to spend an average of $2.4 billion a year over the next 3 decades to buy new amphibious & maritime prepositioning ships. At the same time, the Navy has modernization plans for other types of ships that would also require more resources. This study addresses the question of whether there are ways to modernize the amphibious & maritime prepositioning forces at a lower cost than what the Navy plans to spend. Charts & tables.
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