Senator Levin Backs U.S. Navy Plan for LCSs

Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Photo courtesy Office of Carl Levin, U.S. Senator

According to a report from Bloomberg, Senator Carl Levin, the Michigan Democrat who heads the Armed Services Committee, supported the U.S. Navy’s plan to buy Littoral Combat Ships from two teams of contractors instead of picking a single supplier. On Dec. 14, Levin commented in Washington at the start of a committee hearing.

(Source: Bloomberg)

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