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An AeroVironment Puma All-Environment small unmanned aircraft system is launched from Coast Guard Cutter Chock. Coast Guard’s new FRC C4ISR training wing in Petaluma, California WPC1113 C-27J CGNR 2009 undergoes preparations for a test flight. Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin, by Andrew McMurtrie.

Acquisition Update: Coast Guard RDC Conducts RAMPS Demonstration

The Coast Guard Research and Development Center conducted the first of five demonstrations June 5-11, 2015, to help develop requirements for and determine the viability of existing small unmanned aircraft systems for the Coast Guard and other maritime first responders. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Luke Clayton.

Acquisition Update: Coast Guard Completes Fast Response Cutter Electronics Training Facility

The Coast Guard recently completed an $8 million addition to the national security cutter C4ISR training building at Training Center Petaluma in California and began holding classes at the new permanent fast response cutter C4ISR training suite May 26, 2015. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

Acquisition Update: 13th Fast Response Cutter Arrives At San Juan Home Port

The 13th fast response cutter, Coast Guard Cutter Richard Dixon, arrived at its home port of San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 24, 2015. The cutter is the first of six FRCs to be stationed in San Juan. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Allen Harker.

Coast Guard To Hold C-27J Programmed Depot Maintenance Industry Day

The Coast Guard HC-27J Asset Project Office is hosting a C-27J Programmed Depot Maintenance Industry Day July 14-15, 2015, at the Elizabeth City (North Carolina) State University Fine Arts Center. The event is being held in conjunction with a request for information to assist the Coast Guard in determining potential sources for C-27J PDM support. U.S. Coast Guard photo.

Acquisition Update: Coast Guard Accepts Ninth C-130J Aircraft

The Coast Guard accepted its ninth C-130J Super Hercules long range surveillance aircraft from Lockheed Martin Aeronautics in Marietta, Georgia, June 26, 2015. The aircraft will be placed into service at Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, prior to its scheduled missionization in late 2016. Photo courtesy of Lockheed Martin, by Andrew McMurtrie.

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Acquisition Profile: Capt. Steven “Sid” Osgood (CG-9336)


Capt. Steven “Sid” OsgoodAs Capt. Steven “Sid” Osgood planned his career as a Coast Guard engineer, he never expected he would become responsible for delivering a new financial management service for the Coast Guard. Even so, the project manager for the Financial Management Service Improvement Initiative project is finding that the more than six years he spent working on engineering aspects of complex acquisition projects turned out to be solid preparation for his new position. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Luke Clayton. Learn more>>

 

Last Modified 7/7/2015