Inside the Navy highlights

By Lee Hudson / February 13, 2017 at 10:21 AM

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

1. The Navy has eliminated a recently established directorate for unmanned systems on the chief of naval operations' staff, with the programs it sponsored being redistributed to other organizations.

Full Story: Navy eliminates unmanned systems directorate

2. The Navy has delivered three congressionally mandated studies to lawmakers that could generate potential changes in the way the service designs and postures its fleet in the future.

Full Story: Navy delivers fleet architecture studies to Congress

3. The federal workforce civilian hiring freeze will negatively impact the Marine Corps' ability to execute its 194,000-troop force buildup.

Full Story: Hiring freeze impacts Marine Corps 194,000-force buildup

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