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    In this report, the recommendation will justify which proposal will be the best option for the Gold Coast and the future management of the Spit. The most beneficial option for the Spit is proposal 1. The conservation of the Spit will be a great asset towards the Gold Coast. The project will benefit Gold Coast; the project has many key positive social, economic and environmental aspects that support the Spit while also maximizing the interest of the community. It is important that the Spit will be conserved for future generations. The Spit’s environmental factors and natural beauty should not be destroyed by high density urban developments. Natural open space areas will benefit the community as The Gold Coast city Council (2008) states that…

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    In this report, the recommendation will justify which proposal will be the best option for the Gold Coast and the future management of the Spit. The most beneficial option for the Spit is proposal 1. The conservation of the Spit will be a great asset towards the Gold Coast. The project will benefit the Gold Coast; the plan has many key positive social, economic and environmental aspects that support the Spit while also maximizing the interest of the community. It is important that the Spit will…

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    Coast Guard Career

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    There are a plethora of reasons a twenty two year old middle class male might decide to join the military. For example, I could have been born into a family that has a tradition of serving our nation, maybe a desire of doing something with “purpose”, a sense of patriotism, the list goes on forever. Throughout my time in the United States Coast Guard I have severed and will still serve with shipmates that all fall into one, if not all of these categories. They come from different places,…

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    Essay On Coast Guard

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    We need heroes. People joining the Coast Guard become real-life heroes. Saving lives, also helping people on boats or ships that are in trouble. Although the U.S government faces a serious problem protecting the home front, a country, and protecting America. Protecting America before the treats hit American soil. The limited resources issue to marine terrorism, this is also a major drawback/problem in the Coast Guard. Marine terrorism represents the percentage of overall terrorist attacks on…

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    (U) There are many vulnerabilities in the cyber realm, and they continue to increase every time a new system is added to the fleet. The main goal of Coast Guard cyber intelligence is staying ahead of the hackers. To do this, Coast Guard intelligence needs to understand who will attack them in the future and how they will do it. They need to know everything that was just discussed above, including the type of person, capability, vulnerability, and threat level to the United States government and…

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    Coast Guard Case Study

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    PRESENTED Does Mr. Moore a experienced sailor, have a valid claim for wrongful death against the Coast Guard for the death of his wife based upon the Coast Guard’s one-hour delay in reaching the boat after he made a distress call asking for rescue due to the bad weather conditions? BRIEF ANSWER OR CONCLUSION Probably not. Under the Good Samaritan doctrine applicable to this case the Coast Guard probably won’t be liable for wrongful death since there are not omissions of failure to act,…

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    The U.S Coast Guard is one of the fifth branches of the United States Military, and most people haven't a clue what they do. A couple of years ago, if someone would have asked me ‘what is the Coast Guard and what do they do’, I too would have no idea what to answer. Over the past few years, there is a family that I have grown very close with and the Coast Guard has played a huge part in their lives. The father was in the Coast Guard for 29 years and retired as a captain. Over those 29 years, the…

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    The United States Coast Guard (USCG) is made up of a combination of three different United States’ programs. The first program was the U.S. Lighthouse Service. The second was the U.S. Revenue Marine (Cutter) Service. The third and final program was the U.S. Lifesaving Service. All three were combined in 1913 creating the USCG we know today. I will now discuss each of the three U.S. programs that helped create the USCG. The earliest beginnings of the USCG happened in 1789 when the Department of…

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    agencies each year. Pew Research Center recently conducted a study, and found that the people of the United States believe that the second biggest threat to global security is cyber-attacks. Specifically, these threats pose significant risks to the Coast Guard and the National Maritime System (NMS). These operations contain cyber systems crucial…

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    Reserve Training Coordinator for the Coast Guard Investigative Service The Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS) lacks an effective method of managing training opportunities across the service for the reserve force. It would be beneficial to establish a reserve training coordinator at each Resident Agent Office or field office for the purpose of ensuring uniform distribution of training opportunities with the goal of creating greater competency across the service. CGIS has a saying which…

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