Deepwater: Make it Faster, Better, and Cheaper

McNeil, Sheila M.
November 2003
Sea Power;Nov2003, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p3
Shares insights on the need of the members of the U.S. Congress to accelerate the Coast Guard's Integrated Deepwater System in order to provide the greatest possible value for taxpayer's money. Implication of the terrorist attacks that toppled the World Trade Center for the security of the nation's seaports; Role of Coast Guard in national security efforts; Intention of the Deepwater procurement plan in resolving many of the coast Guard's fleet deficiencies; Efforts of the U.S. Congress in quickening the pace of the Deepwater program.


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