US Coast Guard Marine Safety and Environmental Protection.RADM RADM
rear admiral (upper half) Thomas H. Gilmour, USCG USCG
United States Coast Guard
USCG n abbr (= United States Coast Guard) → Küstenwache der USA
Assistant Commandant for Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection
Mr. H.L. Hime, Acting Director, Standards Directorate
CAPT Brian M. Salerno, USCG, Director, Field Activities Directorate
CAPT Ernest Fink fink Slang
1. A contemptible person.
2. An informer.
3. A hired strikebreaker.
intr.v. finked, fink·ing, finks
1. To inform against another person. , USCG, Commanding Officer, National Maritime Center
Mr. Michael M. Sollosi, Director, Waterways The list of waterways is a link page for any river, canal, estuary or firth.
Mr. Roger B. Peoples, Director, Resource Management Directorate
RADM Larry L. Hereth Rear Admiral Larry L. Hereth is the Commander of the Fifth Coast Guard District of the United States Coast Guard. He reports to the Fifth Coast Guard District from an assignment at U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Washington, D.C. as the Director of Port Security. , USCG, Director, Port Security
The mission of the Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection organization is to "Protect the public, the environment and US interests through the prevention and mitigation of maritime incidents." It may be summed up by the following: "protecting people from the sea, and the sea from the people." The guiding vision of the organization may be described as "Valued maritime professionals leading the world to meet the marine transportation challenges of the 21st century." The Coast Guard Marine Safety, Security and Environmental Protection headquarters is composed of five distinct directorates or offices.
Serves the marine community by developing standards/regulations for marine transportation and is the primary point for articulating public policy emanating from legislation, administration and congressional priorities, and advisory group recommendations.
Field Activities Directorate
Implements the standards developed by the Standards Directorate by focusing on operational policy and support for USCG field-level prevention, response, and investigation activities.
National Maritime Center
A "Center of Expertise" designed to meet the needs of the private sector.
Waterways Management Directorate
Serves to coordinate the collective efforts of public and private resources to ensure infrastructure, systems and services of the nation's ports and waterways meet the demand for safe, secure, efficient, accessible, economically sound component of the National Transportation System.
Resource Management Directorate
Serves the other Directorates by providing aggressive leadership in planning, budgeting and program analysis of funding, information and marine safety staffing.
Port Security Directorate
Coordinates port security issues (Including Homeland Security Noun 1. Homeland Security - the federal department that administers all matters relating to homeland security
Department of Homeland Security
executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States and Maritime Domain Awareness Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) is an initiative by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to create a national Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR or C4ISTAR) capability monitoring all ) with other appropriate Coast Guard Offices. Provide port security policy guidance on risk management and regulatory matters. Develop agency wide goals, objectives, and procedures for implementing Coast Guard port security missions. Guide and coordinate Coast Guard port security activities to promote development of national and international cooperation. Oversee and direct policy formation and field guidance, in cooperation with other appropriate offices, for the Port Security program and maritime security functions.
ADM See add/drop multiplexer.
(language) ADM - A picture query language, extension of Sequel2.
["An Image-Oriented Database System", Y. Takao et al, in Database Techniques for Pictorial Applications, A. Blaser ed, pp. 527-538]. Thomas H. Collins Admiral Thomas H. Collins, USCG(ret.), served as the 22nd Commandant of the United States Coast Guard from 2002 to 2006.
Prior to becoming Commandant, he served as the Coast Guard's Vice Commandant, the number two post, from 2000 - 2002 where he created the Innovation , USCG
Commandant, US Coast Guard