Thursday, July 15, 2010

The Obama Administration and The U.S Navy

My law partner Robert O'Brien is an expert on foreign policy and military affairs, having served as a United States Representative to the 60th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. His Daily Caller Post today, The Obama administration’s cuts to the U.S. Navy imperil critical missions, is well worth a read. Excerpt:
The United States Navy is drastically shrinking due to the serious cuts the Obama administration is making to the shipbuilding budget. As set forth in the Navy’s Quadrennial Defense Review, the service requires a minimum of 313 ships to accomplish its many missions. Today, however, the Navy is operating just 286 warships. Given President Obama’s plans to further cut the defense budget, the number of ships in the Navy is certain to continue to decline below even the current number with very negative consequences for the United States; one area that is significantly impacted is America’s amphibious assault capacity.
Read the whole thing.


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