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Comments of Captain Robert G. Ross, U. S. Coast Guard April 2-3, 2003 Meeting U. S. Commission on Ocean Policy Washington, D. C

By National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Title: Comments of Captain Robert G. Ross, U. S. Coast Guard April 2-3, 2003 Meeting U. S. Commission on Ocean Policy Washington, D. C  
Author: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
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Language: English
Subject: Science., Ecology & environment, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (U.S.)
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Excerpt: Admiral Watkins, Distinguished Members of the Commission, Good Afternoon and thank you for the opportunity to address a few issues here today. Admiral, you asked yesterday for a letter from the Commandant to provide input on a few issues. I have already drafted a response and I will work with Malcolm Williams of your staff to help ensure it is responsive to your concerns. Even with that letter, however, I think there will be benefits in addressing a few issues in person before the Commission: The recent GAO Report on Coast Guard levels of effort in its various missions was mentioned several times yesterday. This report is based largely on the level of resources expended in individual Coast Guard missions or functions. This is a valid measurement but it is perhaps the crudest measure available. Another, more pertinent measure is Results. For example, despite a significant drop in resources devoted to drug interdiction in 2002, we achieved the third highest seizure total in history. We did this by adopting new technologies and new techniques, especially better use of operational and tactical intelligence. Our interdiction operations are increasingly cued by specific intelligence.

 

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