"Critical munitions shortfalls are my top war-fighting concern," says US Pacific commander Admiral Harry Harris. "We must maintain our capability to operate in contested environments."
"Priorities include long-range and stand-off strike weapons, anti-ship weapons, advanced air to air munitions, theatre ballistic/cruise missile defence, torpedoes, naval mines, and a Cluster Munitions replacement."
This is nothing new.
Obama ran out of bombs, too.
In December, 2015 CNN reported:
As the U.S. ramps up its campaign against the Islamist terror group in Iraq and Syria, the Air Force is now "expending munitions faster than we can replenish them," Air Force chief of staff Gen. Mark Welsh said in a statement.