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The 2017-2018 edition of Coast Guard Outlook features stories on the service’s historic rescue and recovery efforts in response to the unprecedented 2017 hurricane season, operations in the Arabian Gulf, the importance of icebreakers to Coast Guard’s mission, and much more.

a state-of-the-service report delivered with high-quality imagery and editorial content

Now in its 15th year, Coast Guard Outlook is a “state-of-the-service” report delivered with high-quality imagery and editorial content, which communicates current Coast Guard programs, including multi-mission capabilities, maritime assets, the service’s role in safeguarding the nation’s economic and national security, and articles that look at the remarkable history of the service.

This year's 120-plus-page edition includes interviews with Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Paul Zukunft and Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mich., ranking member on the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries, and Coast Guard. In addition to the interviews, the Coast Guard’s response to the deadly and extremely destructive 2017 hurricane season features heavily in this edition. Once again, Zukunft took some additional time to talk with Outlook about the Coast Guard’s historic rescue and recovery efforts. In several separate stories, we look at the technology and equipment needs of the service. In particular, we focus on the Coast Guard’s highest acquisition priority, the offshore patrol cutter. We also look at other naval vessel programs, including the interdiction game-changing fast response cutters, the fleet of aging inland construction tenders, and America’s all-too-small fleet of icebreakers. Outlook then takes to the sky to look at the Coast Guard’s 21st century air fleet and unmanned aircraft program.

The print edition of Coast Guard Outlook is distributed to decision-makers throughout the service, the Department of Homeland Security, and defense and maritime industries, as well as policymakers on Capitol Hill, enabling them to make informed decisions that will profoundly affect the development of the Coast Guard.

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