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These Page-Turners Reflect Coast Guard Commandant’s Leadership Philosophy

To start the new year, U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul Zukunft shared his bookshelf and his leadership philosophy with Coasties on his All Hands blog. The commandant said in a “volatile, increasingly complex and uncertain time” the USCG should focus on the importance of sound leadership to move forward. The commandant’s leadership philosophy is… Keep Reading

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The Immigration Debate and Border Security

What is a secure border? Perhaps the most secure border in the world is the one between North and South Korea. It features minefields, razor wire, multiple sensors, a variety of fences and constant, armed patrols on both sides that shoot to kill. Nothing is supposed to cross it alive. I don’t think that is… Keep Reading

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School Vulnerability and Homeland Security

Are the tragic shootings in Newtown, Conn., what could be called a homeland security event? Not in the strictest sense. It was not a terrorist act, did not involve foreign parties of any kind, did not involve any co-conspirators, was independent of any ideology or movement, and was unrelated to border security. As of current… Keep Reading

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