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     Coast Guard Publication 3.0 Operations    
U.S. Coast Guard
Overview
Doctrine for the
U.S. Coast Guard
  Operations   Human Capital
   Strategy
       
    Cyber Strategy   Western Hemisphere
  Strategy
 Arctic Strategy
 2017 Coast Guard
Budget in Brief

    
  A Cooperative Strategy
for 21st Century Seapower
 
Fleet Plan The Cutters, Boats, and Aircraft 
of the U.S. Coast Guard,
from 
Coast Guard Outlook,
ed. 2015-2016 
Strategic Challenges:
 A Coast Guard Perspective



Security Sector Assistance Strategy Energy Independence:
 A Coast Guard Perspective

Sexual Assault Prevention, Response, and Recovery
Strategic Plan 2018-2022

 

       
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Offshore Patrol Cutter - Building the 21st Century Coast Guard
The Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) is critical to the future of the Coast Guard’s offshore fleet and will replace the service’s aging fleet of medium endurance cutters, some that are in excess of 50 years old. The Coast Guard awarded a contract to Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Inc., of Panama City, Florida, Sept. 15, 2016, for the production of the lead OPC and up to eight follow-on cutters. The OPC is a pivotal element to our Western Hemisphere Strategy. The Coast Guard interdicts more illegal drugs than all other federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies combined. A key element of our offshore enforcement strategy is the presence of flight deck-capable ships with a robust communications suite and sea-keeping ability, capable of operating in the farthest reaches of the drug transit zone. The OPC is designed to fill this need. (Eastern Shipbuilding image)

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Photo by: Eastern Shipbuilding |  VIRIN: 161031-G-ST999-001.JPG