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Navy League

Updates on the 30-year Navy shipbuilding plan

RADM Sinclair Harris (USN ret.), National Vice President of Military Affairs at the Navy League, discusses Navy shipbuilding under the incoming administration

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Preparing the U.S. maritime industry to compete with China

Jon Kaskin, National Vice President of Legislative Affairs at the Navy League, discusses ways to maintain a big enough shipbuilding industry to be able to compete with China

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The importance of a tanker security fleet

Jon Kaskin, National Vice President of Legislative Affairs at the Navy League, discusses the threat of China’s expanding military and the importance of a tanker security fleet

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Updates on the Navy’s shipbuilding plan

Mackenzie Eaglen, Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, Michael O’Hanlon, Senior Fellow and Director of Research for Foreign Policy at the Brookings Institution, and RADM Sinclair Harris (USN ret.), National Vice President of Military Affairs at the Navy League, discuss progress on the Navy’s shipbuilding plan, delays to the plan, and the argument about what to include when counting ships

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Shipbuilding and other top Navy priorities

Sinclair Harris, national vice president of military affairs at the Navy League, discusses what the FY21 budget request says about priorities at the Navy, and how it impacts their shipbuilding plans.

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Agency in Motion: Energy

Watch on Monday, January 25th at 8:30 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. on WJLA 24/7 News
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