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The US Navy’s Shipbuilding Plan For The Next 30 Years Would Cost Almost One-Third More Than It Has Spent Over The Past 30 Years

Saturday, March 4, 2017 5:19
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from the Congressional Budget Office

CBO estimates that the cost of the Navy’s 2017 shipbuilding plan – an average of about $21 billion per year (in 2016 dollars) over 30 years – would be $5 billion higher than the average funding that the Navy has received in recent decades.

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