This study qexamines the Navy's missions, its modernization plans, and the budgetary implications of supporting the service's current and planned fleets through 2020. It also looks at four alternative force structures that the Navy might be able to sustain at roughly its current funding level of 90 billion ... Eric J. Labs of CBO's National Security Division wrote the study under the general supervision of Christopher Jehn and R. William Thomasq--Pref.Authorization for that program will end in 2005 at 58 ships (with the last commissionings in 2010). ... The service would like to spend no more than $750 million (in fiscal year 1996 dollars) per ship. ... Cruisers (27) 2020 CG-21 Air- Dominance CG-47 Ticonderoga I caquot;aquot;a#39;sea#39; (1) Class Cruisers (26) DD-21 Land- Attack DDG-51anbsp;...
|Title||:||Budgeting for naval forces|
|Author||:||Eric Jackson Labs, United States. Congressional Budget Office|
|Publisher||:||Congress - 2000|