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Coast Guard Directives

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Directives establishes policy, establishes or changes organizational structure, delegates authority, assigns responsibility, establishes a form or report or, revises, supplements, or cancels a directive.

Coast Guard Directives
Coast Guard Doctrine

US Coast Guard Directives applicable to the Recreational Boating Safety Program are:

 

Implementation of America's Waterway Watch and Local Maritime Homelenad Security Outreach and Awareness Programs COMDTINST 16618.8 (series)
Federal/State Relations - Recreational Boating Safety COMDTINST 16750.8 (series)
United States Coast Guard Regulations COMDTINST M5000.3 (series)
Marine Safety Manual, Volume I, Administration and Management COMDTINST M16000.6 (series)
Marine Safety Manual, Volume II, Material Inspection COMDTINST M16000.7 (series)
Marine Safey Manual, Volume III, Marine Industry Personnel COMDTINST M16000.8 (series)
Marine Safety Manual, Volume V, Investigations and Enforcement COMDTINST M16000.10 (series)
Marine Safety Manua, Volume VI, Ports and Waterways Activities COMDTINST M16000.11 (series)
Marine Safety Manual, Volume IX, Marine Environmental Protection COMDTINST M16000.14 (series)
Financial Assitance Program for National Nonprofit Public Service COMDTINST M16755.2 (series)
Grant Management Guide for the National Nonprofit Recreational Boating Safety Grants Program COMDTINST M16755.4 (series)
State Recreational Boating Safety Programs COMDTPUB P16755.3

Coast Guard Doctrine applicable to the Recreational Boating Safety Program are:

 

Doctrine for the U.S. Coast Guard (Pub 1) Pub 1
Coast Guard Publication 3-0; (CG Pub 3-0), Operations Pub 3-0
Coast Guard Publication 3-28; (CG Pub 3-28), Incident Management and Crisis Response Pub 3-28

 

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