Budget 2009

Tiron, Roxana
October 2008
Sea Power;Oct2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p20
The article presents an analysis regarding the 2009 budget and policy and its implications to the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps as well as the shipbuilding industry. It examines whether the U.S. Navy could procure either the DDG 1000 or DDG 51. According to Ronald O'Rourke, a naval analyst with the Congressional Research Service, the resolution of the issue could affect the amount of funding that might be available for application to other shipbuilding programs.


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