Monthly Archives: May 2012
Even within the tight budget environment, the Coast Guard will be able to afford an important tool needed for the upcoming deployments to the Arctic this summer — a wooden baseball bat. The service struggles to keep pace with other countries who have Arctic interest as the sea ice continues to melt. Published in the […]
As the Coast Guard’s aging fleet becomes less capable of carrying out its missions, a tight budget is delaying acquisition of two cutters seen as crucial to the service’s modernization plans. Published in the May 7, 2012 issue of Navy Times.