Statement of Eric J. Labs on the NavyAis plans for its shipbuilding programs and corresponding budget. Contents: (1) Changes in Ship Requirements Under the 2011 Plan; (2) Ship Purchases and Inventories Under the 2011 Plan: Combat Ships; Logistics and Support Ships; (3) Ship Costs Under the 2011 Plan: The NavyAis Estimates; CBOAis Estimates; Changes from the 2009 Plan; (4) Outlook for Individual Ship Programs; Aircraft Carriers; Submarines; Large Surface Combatants; Littoral Combat Ships; Amphibious Ships. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find publication.That total represents a reduction of 40 ships, or 17 percent, from the 2009 plan.9 Those purchases would leave the Navy short of its requirements for attack submarines, large surface combatants (cruisers and destroyers), and amphibious ships for parts of ... built at rates of three or four per year during the 1970s and 1980saas they reach the end of their service lives. ... plan called for buying 15 ships in 2009 and 2010, whereas the 2011 plan includes the purchase of 17 ships in 2039anbsp;...
|Title||:||Analysis of the Navy¿s Shipbuilding Plans|
|Author||:||Eric J. Labs|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-08|