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  • U.S. Coast Guard conducting a training exercise at Cape Disappointment, Washington, February 9, 2018, photo by Tom Collins/CC BY-ND 2.0

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    Analytical Gaming Could Help the U.S. Coast Guard Address Key Challenges

    Nov 8, 2021

    By gradually expanding its gaming efforts, the U.S. Coast Guard might improve both the quality of its decisions and the strength of its relationships, making the service ever more capable as it navigates the challenges of the 21st century.

  • Members of a U.S. Coast Guard Officer Candidate School class and an NOAA Basic Officer Training Course class at a graduation ceremony May 9, 2017, photo by PO3 Nicole Barger/U.S. Coast Guard

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    How the U.S. Coast Guard Could Increase Its Diversity

    Aug 11, 2021

    Women and racial and ethnic minorities are underrepresented in the United States Coast Guard, especially in higher ranks and senior leadership. Changes are needed across the personnel lifecycle, from recruiting to career development, advancement and promotions, retention, and climate.

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