The U.S. Navy’s top officer has laid down the gauntlet?

Can a voting citizen also lay down the ‘gauntlet to the U.S. Navy’s top officer’?

Can you just try to think what would happen to the military and their builders in countries like (Russia, China, North Korea, Iran or Cuba)?

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Here’s the US Navy’s plan to stop its string of shipbuilding failures

By: David B. Larter

High-profile technology missteps, such as the Zumwalt-class destroyer’s Advanced Gun System and its associated long-range projectile, have forced the Navy to change how it builds ships. (Courtesy of Bath Iron Works via U.S. Navy)

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Navy’s top officer has laid down the gauntlet: The service must deliver two new classes of surface ships on time.

Here’s the US Navy’s plan to stop its string of shipbuilding failures (defensenews.com)

I believe that paying companies like ‘Bath Iron Works’ that build our military weapons like ships and planes should not be paid for ‘untested work’ until at the very least one year after without a problem!

Is this asking too much from our employees, ‘the military and their choice of builders’?

If the militaries choice of builders cannot agree maybe we the voting taxpaying citizen employers, should demand different builder companies and/or better leadership at the top of our military?

I ask the question again?

Can you just try to think what would happen to the military and their builders in countries like (Russia, China, North Korea, Iran or Cuba)?