According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the USS McCain is sinking in the Gulf of Mexico.

Here are five reasons why: 1.

The Navy’s shipbuilding program is under a massive budget cut.

According to reports, the Navy’s program for the building of new ships is under serious budget cuts.

A report from the Congressional Research Service estimates that the Navy will save $8.6 billion over 10 years through 2021.

The Congressional Budget Office estimates that by 2021, the entire shipbuilding and support systems program will be in deficit, or in the red.


The warship’s captain, Vice Adm.

Matthew Klunder, has resigned.

Klunder announced in March that he would resign due to his lack of performance in the shipbuilding effort.

He was succeeded by Vice Adms.

David D. Krasny and Chris Ritter.


The ship is carrying weapons that have not been tested on the U.S. military.

According the Navy, the McCain is carrying advanced anti-ship missiles that are not in service with the U