The one exception to this should be Britain. The US should work closely with their government to recreate their shipbuilding industry. Especially warships.
The US is vulnerable to military draw downs by Democrat presidents. Not too long ago for a time the US had no aircraft carriers at sea. And now both China and Russia have the intent to regularly deploy blue water fleets.
Aircraft carriers cannot be everywhere, and are often sent on priority missions leaving vast areas without. But if Britain again had warships, granted smaller ones, it would go far to filling in unavoidable gaps.
I’m not talking a permanent subsidy to Britain to have a Navy, just a jump start. And hopefully they could sell much of their production to other friendly countries.