SFLC Product Lines

Ice Breaker, Buoy and Construction Tender Product Line (IBCTPL)

The Ice Breaker, Buoy and Construction Tender Product Line (IBCTPL) was established as part of the modernization to the new CG Logistics Model. The IBCTPL aligns all cutter support resources under a single entity as part of a service-wide effort to implement a unified logistics system based upon the four logistics modernization cornerstones of (1) service-wide commitment to configuration management; (2) total asset visibility across the Coast Guard through an enterprise IT system; (3) bi-level support system consisting of only unit and depot levels and; (4) single point of accountability for asset support through the establishment of asset product lines. The IBCTPL is a geographically-distributed organization with personnel located throughout the United States. Support will be provided using aligned traditional processes for Non-Modernized Units, and using the new CG Logistics Model for Modernized Sectors.

  • Engineering and Projects Branch
  • Program Depot Maintenance Branch
  • Supply Branch

Long Range Enforcer Product Line (LREPL)

The Long Range Enforcer Product Line (LREPL) functions as the single touch point responsible for all Hull, Mechanical, Electrical and Ordinance engineering maintenance and logistical support for all WHEC/WMSL Class Cutters, ALEX HALEY, HEALY and POLAR Class Icebreakers in the Coast Guard Fleet. On 01 October 2009 the LREPL was established as part of the modernization to the new CG Logistics Model. The LREPL aligns all support resources for our cutters under a single entity with authority and accountability for maintenance and logistics. The LREPL is a geographically-distributed organization with personnel located at the Coast Guard Yard in Baltimore and the Oakland Federal Building, as well as the Bases which host LREPL cutters. The LREPL provides maintenance and logistics support to the Coast Guard Diving Program through the Diving Equipment Asset Line (DEAL) which is a part of the Projects Branch.

  • Engineering Branch
  • Program Depot Maintenance Branch
  • Projects Branch
  • Supply Branch

Medium Endurance Cutter Product Line (MECPL)

The Medium Endurance Cutter Product Line (MECPL) is comprised of the management cadre and three Branches: Engineering and Projects, Program Depot Maintenance, and Supply and Finance organized to support the maintenance, logistics and supply requirements of EAGLE and the 27 Medium Endurance Cutters in the US Coast Guard fleet. The PL organization is geographically distributed across the US, with the staff centers of gravity in Norfolk VA and Baltimore MD. PL members are also assigned remotely as Port Engineers supporting major homeport clusters and travel to provide onsite presence around the Nation. We work with the other Product Lines and Support Divisions to provide efficient, effective and consistent processes for all of our units to maintain and continuously improve mission support.

  • Engineering and Projects Branch
  • Program Depot Maintenance Branch
  • Supply Branch

Patrol Boat Product Line (PBPL)

The Patrol Boat Product Line (PBPL) was established as part of the modernization to the new CG Logistics Model. The PBPL is a geographically-distributed organization with personnel located at Integrated Support Centers, Maintenance and Logistics Commands, Naval Engineering Support Units and the Surface Forces Logistics Center, Baltimore, MD. This site provides key references and points of contact for support.

  • Engineering Branch
  • Program Depot Maintenance Branch
  • Supply Branch

Small Boat Product Line (SBPL)

The Small Boat Product Line (SBPL) was established as part of the modernization to the new CG Logistics Model. This is the first of many product lines that will be stood up over the next few years. The SBPL aligns all boat support resources under a single entity with authority and accountability for maintenance and logistics for all boats in the Coast Guard. The SBPL is a geographically-distributed organization with personnel located at Integrated Support Centers, Maintenance and Logistics Commands, Naval Engineering Support Units and the Engineering Logistics Center. Support will be provided using aligned traditional processes for Non-Modernized Units, and using the new CG Logistics Model for Modernized Sectors.

  • Engineering and Projects Branch
  • Program Depot Maintenance Branch
  • Supply Branch