2010 U.S. Navy ships will be built seven ships only two high-performance
United States Department of Defense has approved only the construction of a navy in 2010, “Arleigh Burke” class destroyers
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Aerospace Defense Network January 6, 2010 reported that the U.S. Congressional Research Service recently released research report: report to Congress: U.S. Navy force structure and shipbuilding plan – background and issues. The following is the text of the report summary.
2009 In May, the Navy submitted a fiscal 2010 budget, originally hoped to build eight new ships. Including two for the price of expensive, good performance combat ship (a “Virginia” class submarines and an “Arleigh Burke” class (DDG51) destroyers), and the remaining six ships for the relatively low cost (3 Littoral Combat ship, two TAKE-1 military auxiliary dry cargo ships and a joint high speed vessel (JHSV)).
2009 In September, the Navy initiative to cut the LCS construction program, reduced from three to two, the total shipbuilding request is reduced to seven, of which 5 are relatively low offshore battle ship, military auxiliary dry cargo ships and joint high-speed craft. U.S. Navy budget for fiscal year 2010, including the purchase of previously due to insufficient funds to buy and not buy some of the funds needed to ship, and the future would like to purchase some of the other ships of the budget.
only the executive branch to submit a budget for fiscal year 2010, not submitted with the fiscal year 2010 to fiscal year 2015 defense program and had not submitted the fiscal year from 2010 to 2039 fiscal year 30-year shipbuilding plan, and This is the 10 United States Code, Section 231 of the required volume. Therefore, from the 2009 budget submitted to the executive branch, it is difficult to find in fiscal year 2010 on U.S. Navy ship after purchase plan.
2009 December, news reports disclosed the administration’s fiscal year 2011 shipbuilding plan the next 30 years, the draft, which will be held in early February 2010 along with the fiscal 2011 budget submitted to Congress.
long-term shipbuilding program the Navy to bear the expected capacity, combined with the U.S. Navy shipbuilding program changes year after year, the cost of shipbuilding and the construction of a significant rise of new ships encountered some other problems in status and future Navy shipbuilding Navy fleet size and capacity, and many have raised strong concern.
narrative United States Department of Defense Appropriations Committee approved the Navy’s balance sheet in fiscal year 2010 procurement of seven ships of the capital budget request. (China Shipping Information Center Liu Zhenghua)