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USCG CUTTERS the ‘“cooperation-competition-lethality continuum.’ While we train and operate across the entire continuum, it is in the

Color-Coded Cutters ‘cooperate and compete’ areas where we thrive and best demonstrate our value to

Coast Guard cutters can be classi? ed by the nation in support of the Tri-Service

Maritime Strategy – ‘Advantage at Sea’ function and size...and color. The “white -which the Chief of Naval Operations, the hull” ships conduct patrol operations.

Commandant of the Marine Corps, and I jointly released in December. The future

The “black hulls” are buoy tenders and of our Naval Services is joint. We are truly more effective when we work together!” work boats, servicing aids to navigation at sea, along the coast, and in inland waterways. The “red hull” cutters are

The Coast Guard Cutter Smilax icebreakers that work in the polar regions (WLIC 315) at the Coast Guard

Yard in Baltimore in 2015. or on the Great Lakes.

USCG photo by Charles Wilso

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