The U.S. Navy’s Shipbuilding Ripoff
You buy a new car. Days later, you receive a notice from the manufacturer recalling the car due to a defect. It would be ridiculous to pay the manufacturer again to fix the defect, wouldn’t it? That’s basically what the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard are doing on shipbuilding... Read more
Here’s One Idea How to Defend Ships From Ballistic Missiles
The U.S. Navy has been in discussions with shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls about the possibility of building a missile defense variant of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock (LPD-17). The new vessel could eventually be equipped with new radars, railguns and lasers. The massive 25,000-ton troop carrier has the size... Read more
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