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POLAR SECURITY CUTTER FINAL PROGRAMMATIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENTThe Coast Guard identified its need to address the current mission demand and the long term projected increase in Coast Guard mission demand in polar regions. The current polar icebreaker fleet consists of two heavy and one medium icebreaker; however, the Coast Guard’s heavy icebreakers have both exceeded their designed 30‐year service life. The Proposed Action would allow the Coast Guard to recapitalize its polar icebreaker fleet to meet its mission requirements and ensure continued access to both polar regions and support the United States’ economic, commercial, maritime and national security needs.CG47, Office of Env Management3/1/2019
USCG_UAS_EO12114_FINALThe proposed action is for the United States Coast Guard (USCG) to operate an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) from any vessel of the National Security Cutter (NSC) fleet in the global maritime environment. The UAS would provide the NSC with persistent, tactical airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities. Operations would occur in the western North Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, eastern North Pacific, eastern Pacific, Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, and Chukchi Sea. The UAS would operate year-round from 12 nautical miles off the coast of the United States into the global commons.CG-47, Office of Environmental Management3/1/2018
5090.1EP IP FINALOn April 23, 2019 CG-47 released the U.S. Coast Guard Environmental Planning Policy, COMDTINST 5090.1 (series) (EP CI) and the Environmental Planning Implementing Procedures (EP IP). The EP CI mandates the use of the EP IP. Coast Guard members engaged in environmental planning efforts or taking actions that trigger the National Environmental Policy Act or Executive Order 12114 requirements must read both the EP CI and IP in order to implement their requirements effectivelyCG47, Office of Environmental Management4/23/2019
5090.1ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING POLICY CI_5090_1On April 23, 2019 CG-47 released the U.S. Coast Guard Environmental Planning Policy, COMDTINST 5090.1 (series) (EP CI) and the Environmental Planning Implementing Procedures (EP IP). The EP CI mandates the use of the EP IP. Coast Guard members engaged in environmental planning efforts or taking actions that trigger the National Environmental Policy Act or Executive Order 12114 requirements must read both the EP CI and IP in order to implement their requirements effectively.CG-47, Office of Env Management
CGHQ-1700APARKING PERMIT(202) 372-4027HSC5/1/2012
CGHQ-3342FORM / REPORT INFORMATION AND AUTHORIZATION RECORD(202)-475-3651CG-61212/3/2012
CGHQ-3359SERVICE RECORD CARD (OFFICERS)NACG-126/1/2004
CGHQ-3378ENGINEERING CHANGE APPROVAL (BOATS)(202)-475-5719CG-4526/1/2004
CGHQ-3379ENGINEERING CHANGE APPROVAL (CUTTERS)(202)-475-5719CG-4526/1/2004
CGHQ-3552RECOMMENDED FINDINGS OF PHYSICAL REVIEW COUNCILNACGPC-adm-16/1/2004
CGHQ-3932FORM CHANGE NOTICE(202)-475-3651CG-6127/1/2013
CGHQ-4356CMONTHLY REPORT OF INVESTIGATIVE CASELOADNACG-2-CGIS6/1/2004
CGHQ-4590CONCURRENT CLEARANCE202-475-3651CG-6127/1/2018
CGHQ-4808ACOAST GUARD INFORMAL PHYSICAL EVALUATION BOARD (IPEB) FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION(703) 872-6630PSC6/1/2004
CGHQ-4808BCOAST GUARD FORMAL PHYSICAL EVALUATION BOARD (FPEB) FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDED DISPOSITION(703) 872-6630PSC9/1/2014
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