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Fixed Wing & Sensors Division (CG-7113)

The Fixed-Wing & Sensors division (CG-7113) manages all operational Coast Guard aviation fixed-wing platforms and sensor integration projects. From the HC-130H upgrades and HC-130J fleet introductions, to the HU-25 retirements and the HC-144A integration, "dash three" manages the fixed-wing assets.

HC-130J (Super Hercules)
HC-130J (Super Hercules)
The Coast Guard’s premiere long-range surveillance aircraft. Five currently operate from Air Station Elizabeth City, with plans for replacement of the aging HC-130H fleet.
HC-130H (Hercules)
HC-130H (Hercules)
The workhorse of the entire U.S. military, the C-130 Hercules serves the Coast Guard as an all purpose support craft, and is stationed at many USCG air stations with a variety of configurations for accomplishing multiple missions. It's main uses are search and rescue, cargo, and passenger transportation.
HU-25 (Guardian)
HU-25 (Falcon)
A legacy support aircraft, due to be decommissioned by 2014, the Guardian flies a variety of utility and support missions for the Coast Guard.
HC-144A (Ocean Sentry)
HU-144A (Ocean Sentry)
A newly acquired (still being delivered) maritime patrol aircraft, the Ocean Sentry will fly reconnaissance for Coast Guard lifesaving and interdiction missions, replacing the aging  HU-25 fleet.
Avionics, Sensors and C4ISR
The Office of Aviation Forces section dedicated to the developing Sensor program and the Command, Control, Communications and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance initiative.
CG-01 (Gulfstream)
CG-01 (Gulfstream)
The Coast Guard's long range command and control aircraft (LRCCA), used for transporting top ranking officials and conducting Coast Guard business internationally.
Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Initiative
The Electronic Flight Bag is an electronic information management device that helps flight crews to perform pre-flight, in-flight and post-flight management tasks more easily and efficiently with less paper.
Last Modified 2/13/2014