PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The keel of the nation's 20th Virginia-class attack submarine named for Oregon is being laid at the manufacturing plant for General Dynamics' Electric Boat.The House and Senate Armed Services Committees have each approved bills to authorize building three submarines instead of two in some years, and also authorize additional funding to prepare for the increased work.[...] they will be able to do one more deployment over their lifespan, for a total of 15 deployments.Public officials and wives of senior naval officers serve as sponsors for many of the ships named after places.
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