Cautious Planning

October 2008
Sea Power;Oct2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p32
An interview with Keith A. Taylor, chief financial officer (CFO) of the U.S. Coast Guard, is presented. When asked about how critical that the Coast Guard gets the $9.35 billion fund, he refers to is as an important factor to the recapitalization of the service. He also discussed future funding for unmanned aerial vehicles, control and communication systems.


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