USCG ENGINEERING AND LOGISTICS.

 
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RDML Melvin W. Bouboulis, USCG

Assistant Commandant for Engineering and Logistics (CG-4)

The Engineering and Logistics Directorate (CG-4) develops, deploys and maintains the resources necessary to sustain the capabilities to meet operational requirements that support the Coast Guard's five fundamental roles: Maritime Safety, Maritime Security, Maritime Mobility, National Defense, and Protection of Natural Resources. To do this, our professionals are responsible for engineering and logistics throughout the Coast Guard. The Engineering and Logistics Directorate provides technical, logistics, and engineering support for all Coast Guard operating programs (i.e., Search and Rescue, environmental, etc.). This includes performing or assisting in planning, design, construction, acquisition, renovation, maintenance, outfitting and alteration of cutters, boats, aircraft, motor vehicles, aids to navigation and shore facilities. Engineering, logistics, and maintenance responsibilities also include complete life-cycle support; installation, operations, maintenance and ultimately replacement.

The Engineering and Logistics Directorate is composed of 2,898 people; 133 located in Coast Guard Headquarters and 2,765 located at three Headquarters Units: Aviation Logistics Center...

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