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Like zombies, human beings can't get enough of brains.
A senior House Republican on Tuesday challenged the Obama administration on what he said were shortfalls in funding the Navy's programs to maintain the fleet.
"The delay in the arrival of the F-35 has been costly," he said. "We've had to add hours to legacy aircraft,"
Adm. William Burke, head of fleet readiness, and Vice Adm. Kevin McCoy, commander of the Naval Sea Systems Command, acknowledged that the current defense budget does not provide what the Navy needs.