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The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008 requires that any budget request for construction of a new class of major combatant vessels will be for one with an integrated nuclear power system, unless the Secretary of Defense submits notification to Congress that it is not in the national interest to do so.
This recommendation has been overcome by events. After this report was released, the Department of the Navy decided to restart the DDG 51 production line rather than pursue a new platform, CG(X). The Navy has never finalized Phase 2 of the Maritime Air and Missile Defense of Joint Forces Analysis of Alternatives and there are no Navy plans to finalize it so that OSD can complete its sufficiency review since the CG(X) program was cancelled.
This recommendation has been overcome by events. As documented in the Navy's Report to Congress on Annual Long-Range Plan for Construction of Naval Vessels for FY 2011, the Navy is not pursuing any new platforms during the FYDP time period that would require an analysis of the trade-off between conventional and nuclear propulsion.