Behind the Numbers

Burgess, Richard R.; Lackey, Sue A.
March 2005
Sea Power;Mar2005, Vol. 48 Issue 3, p24
Reports on the state of the military budget of the Navy and Marine Corps. in the U.S. Request of the Navy for an increase in its budget to compensate the cost of its shipbuilding program despite the decommission of several of its ships. Plan of the Navy to develop its Littoral Combat Ship in a bid to evolve its sea base doctrine; Budget problems hounding the Marine Corps. in its efforts upgrade its aircrafts and train more personnel; Impact of the budget cuts on the delay of developments of several military projects.


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