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Analysis of the Navys Fiscal Year 2012 Shipbuilding Plan
Analysis of the Navyäó»s Fiscal Year 2012 Shipbuilding Plan
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By Eric J. Labs (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 30
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-3683-1

Product Code: 1457836831

The Department of Defense (DOD) generally issues annual reports that describe its plans for building new ships over the next 30 years. This plan -- submitted to the Congress in late March 2012 and covering FY 2013-2042 -- contains some significant changes in the Navys long-term goals for shipbuilding. In particular, it would: reduce the goal for the inventory of ships; reduce the number of ships to be purchsed; and alter the composition of ships to be purchased, buying fewer less-expensive support ships and more high-end combat ships. The total costs of carrying out the 2013 plan -- an average of about $22 billion per year in 2012 dollars over the next 30 years -- would be much higher than the funding amounts the Navy has received in recent years and higher than the costs for the 2012 plan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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