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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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Increasing Maritime Commerce
As new challenges arise associated with increasing maritime commerce, the Coast Guard will continue to promote a safe, efficient and resilient Marine Transportation System. Coast Guard members from Aids to Navigation Team Puget Sound, in Seattle, and the Coast Guard Cutter Henry Blake, homeported in Everett, Wash., work together to align a bucket full of concrete suspended from a Coast Guard Air Station Astoria MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter over the Ewing Island Reef in Washington. The concrete creates a foundation for a reconstructed Ewing Island Danger Daybeacon, which will replace the floating aid to navigation known as the Ewing Island Reef Danger Buoy. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Amanda Norcross)