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Naval Engineering

Seattle

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The Naval Engineering department operates under the technical authority of the Industrial Operations Division, Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC). Naval Engineering is chartered by the SFLC IOD to provide maintenance assistance to all cutters and boats as directed by IOD. The department provides hull, mechanical and electrical (HM&E), and ordnance maintenance augmentation to cutters through Maintenance Augmentation Teams (MATs). Naval Engineering is organized into two divisions: Maintenance & Weapons Augmentation Teams and the Reserve Division. In addition the department coordinates with Industrial Production Facility Ketchikan. The MATs provide organizational and depot maintenance support to cutters as resources permit.

MISSION STATEMENT

To ensure cutters and boats meet their operational requirements by providing quality maintenance and repair support for Naval Engineering and Weapons Systems. As a component of SFLC Industrial Operations Division, we work closely with our partners throughout the Coast Guard to provide this support primarily to operational units in District 13 and 17, but also units worldwide. Our mission is accomplished while providing our military and civilian members with challenging and rewarding careers in a professional environment.

Vision Statement

1. We shall provide world-class support and Leadership in Naval Engineering and Logistics.

2. We shall provide our people with the opportunity for personal and professional growth in an environment of trust, integrity, quality, and mutual respect.

3. We shall support changing Coast Guard needs through proactive and continuous improvement, innovation, and technological growth.

4. We shall, in everything we do, support the men and women who carry out the missions of the United States Coast Guard.

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Last Modified 4/26/2013