Guard Plans Course for Commanders Ashore

Kime, Patricia
December 2003
Sea Power;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p27
Reports on the programs of the U.S. Coast Guard for the development of future commanders and executive officers of shore stations. Objectives of the unit for initiating leadership class programs; Assessment of the goals and requirements for the course program; Issues to be addressed by the course and the whole unit itself in response to cases of unit's mishaps. INSET: Common Sense Training.


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