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February 19, 2019 | International, Naval

US Navy Starts Looking At Carriers After CVN-81

SAN DIEGO— Under Secretary of the Navy Thomas Modly said now that the Navy found a way to build two new Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carriers while saving money it is starting to look at future carrier procurement, which might be very different.

https://www.defensedaily.com/navy-starts-looking-next-carriers-cvn-81

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