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Cost Growth Leads to Stop-Work on Team Lockheed LCS-3 Construction (updated)

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LCS 1, final construction(click to view full) In its November 2006 briefing “Modularity, the Littoral Combat Ship and the Future of The United States Navy” [PDF format]. Washington think-tank The Lexington Institute offered an in-depth look at the LCS as the Navy’s most transformational program, and the key challenges that must be overcome in order […]

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