Deepwater Gains

Marcario, John C.
August 2008
Sea Power;Aug2008, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p16
The article provides information on the Deepwater long-term acquisition program of the U.S. Coast Guard. According to the article, the procurement effort has rendered several improvements to the program. In addition, the program has demonstrated concrete outputs which benefited the Coast Guard's operations. Further, it denotes the alleviation made by the program.


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