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Topic - Jon Greenert
One of the key elements underpinning the United States as a global power is its power-projection capability. That capability is centered on the Navy's ability to deploy and maintain maritime superiority at point of entry wherever required.
However, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jon Greenert said the Navy plans to increase its number of ships only to 292 by 2020.