Collins Strikes Balance Between Present, Future Resources

August 2004
Sea Power;Aug2004, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p40
Interviews U.S. Coast Guard commandant Thomas J. Collins. Improvements in the security of ports and coasts; View on the need to accelerate the acquisition of the Integrated Deepwater System of ships, planes and intelligence systems; Role of the Coast Guard in war in Iraq; Plans for the Coast Guard.


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