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Coast Guard: Strategies for Mitigating the Loss of Patrol Boats are Achieving Results in the Near Term, but They Come at a Cost and Longer Term Sustainability is Unknown
Stephen L. Caldwell (au)
As part of the Coast Guard’s (CG) initial plans to replace many of its vessels, it intended to convert its 110-foot patrol boats into 123-foot patrol boats with increased capabilities. However, structural problems on the 7 converted 123-foot boats led the CG to remove these boats from service. The CG implemented mitigation strategies to recover lost operational hours. This report addresses: operational challenges created by the removal from service of the 123-foot patrol boats and the CG strategies for mitigating their loss; effects these mitigation strategies have had on overall CG operational hours, as well as operating and maintenance costs, patrol boat crews, and mission performance; and issues that could affect the sustainability of these strategies.
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