Coast Guard Outlook 2011

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Cover of Coast Guard Outlook 2011. Cover photo by U.S. Coast Guard Petty Officer 1st Class Jamie E. Parsons.
Coast Guard Outlook 2011.

Coast Guard Outlook 2011 is live online. You can view a copy of the service’s flagship publication by clicking here.

Outlook is published each year to provide the public with an overview of the Coast Guard’s missions, assets, units and personnel. It is an excellent introduction to our service for the uninitiated and a great way for our partners and customers to keep up with the latest innovations.

Part yearbook and part forecast, Coast Guard Outlook 2011 features 34 articles including interviews with senior leadership on the future of our service; the outstanding volunteer contributions our people make in the communities where they live and serve; mission profiles from across the nation; and the latest on the technologies the Coast Guard employs for mission success.

This year’s Outlook brings you inside the Coast Guard with:

Interviews with Admiral Bob Papp, 24th Commandant of the Coast Guard, and the 10th Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, Michael L. Leavitt, on the state of our service and their vision for the future;

LT Sara Wallace gives a presentation
Lt. Sara Wallace, the command center chief for Coast Guard Sector Baltimore, gives a presentation to attendees of the Rescue 21 acceptance ceremony in the Sector Baltimore command center. U.S. Coast Guard photo by PA2 Brandyn Hill.

A look at the nation’s first-ever National Ocean Policy. Join the Coast Guard at the table as a member of the White House Interagency Ocean Policy Task Force determining the policy that will protect our maritime resources for future generations;

An overview of Rescue 21, the Coast Guard’s latest command, control, and communications system. Join search and rescue responders in the command center as they use state of the art technology to find the metaphorical needle in a haystack;

An update on the production of the Sentinel-class Fast Response Cutters as a new generation of patrol cutters prepares to go on line;

And, an in-depth report on “Greening the Coast Guard.” Long a protector of the nation’s natural resources, our service is aggressively pursuing sustainable energy management.

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