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competitors, say, russia and china, and the pace they are changing their capability is growing establishment growing exponentially. it is like we went into halftime up 28-3 and said the game is over. the referee said halftime is over, we said, we will get there when we get there, and strolled out through the third quarter to find the score was now 28-24. that capability gap between us and our competitors has really closed and it's a really keen interest to us on the navy side of the house in terms of what is the capability we need going forward. there is a lot of discussion going on about, what is the navy that we need? not necessarily what is the navy we need in the 2040s but what is the navy we need in the 2020s? we are trying to figure out, what is the navy that we need in the mid-20's. and go make some decisions based on kind of that navy we need in the 2020s. there have been a number of recent studies some done by the navy, and some by independent groups about what is the navy and what should it look like? they have various mixes of ships and stuff but in the end they all
, russia and china, and the pace is growing. we have to keep up with that pace. kind of like we went into the half of a football up to 20-3 -- and we said we will get there when we get there. and we kind of strolled out midway through the third quarter only to find out that the squco was 28-to 34. it is a key interest to us here on the navy side of the house. so a lot of discussion going on today about what is it, what is the navy that we need. and not necessarily what is the navy we need in the 2040s, but what is the navy we need in the 2020s. and we in figuring out, what is the navy we need probably in the mid 20s and go make some decisions based on kind of that navy that we need in the 2020s. there's been a number of recent studies, some done by the navy, some done by indepen department groups, about what is it the navy you need, what should it look like? and they all have kind of varying mixes of ships and stuff. but at the end, they all came to the same conclusion is that we need a bigger navy than we have today, they are all around the 340 to 350 ships. clearly, the size of the flee
learning that's going on and our competitors say russia and china and the pace that they're changing the capability is growing exponentially and we have to keep up with that pace. as they like to say, it's kind of like we went into halftime on the football game in 2000, up about 28 to 3 and popped the champagne and said game over and the referee came in and said halftime's over and we'll get ready to start the second half and we get there when we get there only to find that the score was now 28-24 and the capability gap has really closed and it's something that's a keen interest to us here on the navy side of the house in terms of what's the capability going forward. >> there's a lot of discussion going on today about what is the navy that we need? and not necessarily, what's the navy that we need in the 2020s and we tend to talk a lot about what's the navy we need today and we're trying to take a little bit of a lead angle and figure out what is it the navy we need in the mid-20s and go make some decisions based on the navy that we need in the 2020s. there's been a number of recent stud
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