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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
As part of the Coast Guard’s (CG) initial plans to

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By Stephen L. Caldwell (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 56
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437907008

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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