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Analysis of the Navy劌製 Fiscal Yar 2016 Shipbuilding Plan
Keith Hall (ad)
This report estimates that the Department of Defense劌製 (DOD劌製) 2016 Navy shipbuilding plan for fiscal years 2016 to 2045 -- an average of about $20 billion in 2015 dollars per year -- will cost one-third more than the amount the Navy has received in Congressional appropriations for shipbuilding in recent decades. Under the 2016 plan, the Navy would buy a total of 264 ships over the 2016-2045 period: 218 combat ships and 46 combat logistics and support ships. Given the rate at which the Navy plans to retire ships, the 2016 plan would not meet the Navy劌製 inventory goal of 308 ships until 2022, but it would allow it to maintain its inventory at least at that level through 2031. After that, in most years through 2034, the fleet would fall below 308 ships. This report estimates that spending for new ships in the Navy劌製 plan would average $18.4 billion per year. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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