Advance Funding Plan for Two Subs Will Attract Scrutiny of Hill Critics

February 2004
Sea Power;Feb2004, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p6
Focuses on the funding for shipbuilding plan for submarines for the Navy passed in the U.S. Congress. Worth of the funding; Alternatives for the reduction of program costs; Opposition to the program


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