Inside the Navy highlights

By Lee Hudson / November 28, 2016 at 10:19 AM

Some must-reads from this week's issue of Inside the Navy:

1. The Navy will release the results of a new assessment outlining the number and types of ships the service requires in early 2017, around the same time as President-elect Donald Trump's new administration takes power.

Full Story: Navy's updated ship requirement will be released in early 2017

2. ABOARD THE USS AMERICA (LHA-6) -- The Marine Corps recently completed the third and final developmental test of the F-35B at sea that included the first integration of the logistics system, integration with the Aegis Combat System, live ordnance and night vision camera operations.

Full Story: Marines complete third and final F-35B development test at sea

3. The largest shipbuilding advocacy organization in the country and the incoming Trump administration have differing opinions on what it would take to build a 350-ship Navy, including whether facilities need to be expanded to support the effort.

Full Story: Trump administration, industry differ on how to build 350-ship Navy