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The Royal Navy and the United States Navy share a common heritage, and in the last century built one of the greatest maritime security partnerships over a longer period than any other pair of nations.
In more recent years, they also shared common challenges in keeping their once unchallenged sea power relevant, capable, and funded.
What are the lessons from both nations' recent stumbles in naval planning, program management, and managing the military industrial base that enables both? What have we done right that should be replicated, and where should we take the hard won lessons of failure to heart and move on?
We have a great guest for the full hour this Sunday to discuss these and related subjects, Emma Salisbury.
Emma is a PhD candidate at Birkbeck College, University of London, researching the history and theory of the U.S. military-industrial complex.