Senior Coast Guard Leadership

Key Strategies & Documents

ImageTitleDescriptionPublication Date
 USCG StrategyUSCG StrategyUnited States Coast Guard Strategy10/12/2022
 Ready Workforce 2030Ready Workforce 2030The resiliency, flexibility, and adaptability of our workforce is at the heart of what has made the Coast Guard successful for well over 200 years, and it remains our greatest strength. However, the environment the Coast Guard must navigate to build its force has changed dramatically since 2000 and increasingly since the start of 2020.5/11/2022
 USCG RESERVE DOCTRINEUSCG RESERVE DOCTRINESince 1941 when the Coast Guard Reserve was established to increase the military capability of the Service during World War II, the Reserve Component has evolved to augmenting daily operations and responding to foreign and domestic man-made and natural threats in the maritime environment. Publication R is doctrine for the Reserve; it is paramount to the continued success of the truly unique, integrated structure for the total Coast Guard workforce to read and understand the foundational and directional information presented in this document.10/6/2021
 Cyber Strategic OutlookCyber Strategic OutlookThe U.S. Coast Guard is the nation’s lead federal agency for securing and safeguarding the nation’s maritime domain. Its role as both a military and law enforcement agency provide maximum flexibility to combat cyber threats and protect U.S. maritime interests both domestically and abroad. In 2015, the Coast Guard’s Cyber Strategy established cyberspace as a new operational domain for the Coast Guard. This new and updated Cyber Strategic Outlook reaffirms that foundation and that we will bring the same ethos, proven doctrine and operational concepts, and over 230 years of experience to bear on our operations in and through cyberspace.8/3/2021
 Advantage at Sea: Prevailing with Integrated All-Domain Naval PowerAdvantage at Sea: Prevailing with Integrated All-Domain Naval PowerThe Tri-Service Maritime Strategy, Advantage at Sea, outlines the three sea services’ commitment to the Nation, our allies, and our partners. The shared efforts outlined in this document are designed to ensure the continuance of the international rules-based order, at all levels of the competition continuum. Advantage at Sea orients the next decade’s focus towards retention, modernization, and mission efficacy, leveraging each service’s complementary capabilities and authorities towards the nation’s strategic priorities.12/17/2020
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