• Heritage Action
  • More

Shipbuilding

Our Research & Offerings on Shipbuilding
  • Issue Brief posted May 15, 2012 by Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D., Baker Spring Congress Should Invest in Seapower over Bureaucracy

    The U.S. House of Representatives showed strong support for national security when it voted through a reconciliation process to override the sequestration cuts scheduled for defense in January 2013. By following the House Armed Services Committee’s (HASC) lead in raising the top-line budget for defense over the President’s fiscal year 2013 request, Congress can sustain…

  • Testimony posted June 1, 2011 by Mackenzie Eaglen Evaluating The Efficacy Of The Department Of Defense’s 30-Year Shipbuilding And Aviation Plans

    Testimony beforeSubcommittee on Oversight & InvestigationsHouse Armed Services CommitteeUnited States House of Represenatives June 1, 2011 My name is Mackenzie Eaglen. I am a Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. The views I express in this testimony are my own, and should not be construed as representing any official position of The Heritage…

  • Backgrounder posted May 16, 2011 by Mackenzie Eaglen, Bryan McGrath Thinking About a Day Without Sea Power: Implications for U.S. Defense Policy

    Abstract: America is a maritime power, and a strong U.S. Navy is both in America’s long-term interest and essential to the nation’s prosperity. Yet U.S. sea power is in decline. If not reversed, this decline could pass the tipping point, leaving the country economically and strategically unable to reverse course, which would have profound economic and geopolitical…

Find more work on Shipbuilding
  • Issue Brief posted May 15, 2012 by Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D., Baker Spring Congress Should Invest in Seapower over Bureaucracy

    The U.S. House of Representatives showed strong support for national security when it voted through a reconciliation process to override the sequestration cuts scheduled for defense in January 2013. By following the House Armed Services Committee’s (HASC) lead in raising the top-line budget for defense over the President’s fiscal year 2013 request, Congress can sustain…

  • Testimony posted June 1, 2011 by Mackenzie Eaglen Evaluating The Efficacy Of The Department Of Defense’s 30-Year Shipbuilding And Aviation Plans

    Testimony beforeSubcommittee on Oversight & InvestigationsHouse Armed Services CommitteeUnited States House of Represenatives June 1, 2011 My name is Mackenzie Eaglen. I am a Research Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. The views I express in this testimony are my own, and should not be construed as representing any official position of The Heritage…

  • Backgrounder posted May 16, 2011 by Mackenzie Eaglen, Bryan McGrath Thinking About a Day Without Sea Power: Implications for U.S. Defense Policy

    Abstract: America is a maritime power, and a strong U.S. Navy is both in America’s long-term interest and essential to the nation’s prosperity. Yet U.S. sea power is in decline. If not reversed, this decline could pass the tipping point, leaving the country economically and strategically unable to reverse course, which would have profound economic and geopolitical…

Find more work on Shipbuilding
  • Issue Brief posted May 15, 2012 by Steven P. Bucci, Ph.D., Baker Spring Congress Should Invest in Seapower over Bureaucracy

    The U.S. House of Representatives showed strong support for national security when it voted through a reconciliation process to override the sequestration cuts scheduled for defense in January 2013. By following the House Armed Services Committee’s (HASC) lead in raising the top-line budget for defense over the President’s fiscal year 2013 request, Congress can sustain…

  • Backgrounder posted May 16, 2011 by Mackenzie Eaglen, Bryan McGrath Thinking About a Day Without Sea Power: Implications for U.S. Defense Policy

    Abstract: America is a maritime power, and a strong U.S. Navy is both in America’s long-term interest and essential to the nation’s prosperity. Yet U.S. sea power is in decline. If not reversed, this decline could pass the tipping point, leaving the country economically and strategically unable to reverse course, which would have profound economic and geopolitical…

Find more work on Shipbuilding