Recode has learned that the U.S. Army is exploring the possibility of a new bridge connecting the Navy’s Sea-Based Deterrence System, the nuclear-powered Aegis Ashore, and the USS Ronald Reagan’s nuclear-capable surface combatants, the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt.
The Navy and the U.”s military have been working on a plan to relocate a nuclear-armed ship from the Pacific to the Atlantic and a submarine base to the Indian Ocean to serve as a deterrent to Iran and North Korea.
The shipyard where the Navy is building the new bridge is located in the Virginia, which is the home state of Vice President Mike Pence, who is also a member of the US.
House of Representatives.
The base is also located in North Carolina, where North Carolina Gov.
Roy Cooper is also the governor of North Carolina.
The two states have been in a dispute with North Carolina over the Confederate flag, which has been flying at the state capitol since the end of the Civil War.
The bridge will include a new communications facility and parking for a variety of vehicles including military vehicles, recreational vehicles, and trailers.
The new bridge would be about three times larger than the current bridge and would be built on top of the existing bridge that was constructed in the 1970s.
The project has been delayed several times due to cost overruns, but the new construction has been approved and the first phase of construction is scheduled to begin in early 2019.