Plans and Programs
N-TRAIN 2016 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
U.S. COAST GUARD and the FUTURE
Goals and Objectives
DISTRICT INCIDENT MANAGEMENT and PREPAREDNESS Planning vs Reacting
NACO STRATEGIC PLAN 2014 - 2020 Review
Directions for the Future
STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS
Marketing Plan for Our Future
INCIDENT MANAGEMENT TABLETOP EXERCISE N-Train 2016 - St. Louis, MO.
GAP ANALYSIS PLANNING WORKSHEET ICS 215 USCG-G-1 Worksheet
NOTE: This is the same "Goals and Objectives" and "ICS 215USCG-G-1 Worksheet" as on the GAP Analysis page
CGAUX Strategic Plan - 2014-2020
Answering the call to duty in performance of its missions, the Auxiliary incorporates the Coast Guard Commandant’s guiding principles: Service to the Nation, Duty to People, and Commitment to Excellence.
This strategic plan identifies the key challenges and opportunities the Auxiliary faces and the objectives established to meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities presented.
A Plan for Effective US Coast Guard Auxiliary and US Coast Guard Interaction for Operations and Support
Incident Management and Crisis Response
Paul F. Zukunft, Admiral, U.S. Coast Guard "Incident management and crisis response are critical functions that span all Coast Guard missions. Whether a search and rescue case, oil spill, security event, marine transportation disruption, or any other maritime disturbance, the Coast Guard must be ready to respond with swift, well-coordinated actions to ensure the safety, the security, and the stewardship of the Nation's waters. Locally based, nationally deployed and globally connected, the Coast Guard is uniquely positioned to respond to, and lead, incidents within the maritime domain..."