Common Missile Compartment Not Impacted By Sequestration, CR

By Lee Hudson / May 13, 2013 at 9:33 PM
The Common Missile Compartment, a piece of the Ohio-class replacement submarine program that is a joint effort between the United States and the United Kingdom, has not been impacted by the recent continuing resolution nor sequestration cuts in fiscal year 2013, the Navy said last week. During the FY-13 budget cycle the lead ship's schedule was delayed by two years, complicating the schedule between the American and British programs. "The CMC design and prototyping efforts have been prioritized during FY-13...

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