Navy: Yearlong CR would hamper shipbuilding, aviation and missile procurement

By Aidan Quigley / January 25, 2022 at 4:57 PM
A yearlong continuing resolution would drastically affect Navy procurement and maintenance, a top service budget official told reporters Tuesday. Rear Adm. John Gumbleton, Navy deputy assistant secretary for budget and director of the service's fiscal management division, said a range of shipbuilding, aviation, and weapons programs would be affected. “On the industrial base, there’s no sector that’s not going to be impacted,” he said. The second Constellation-class frigate hull would not be able to start construction under a full-year continuing...

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