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Lawmakers seek assessment of contractors’ ability to build two Virginia subs a year

By Julia Bergman

30 April 2016

Bryan Clark, a senior fellow with the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, said that falling below the requirement of 48 attack submarines, put in place in 2010, could mean "some of the intelligence gathering or crisis response type missions don't get done. It could result in gaps in intelligence."

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