The U.S. Coast Guard has proposed a fiscal year 2014 budget cut that funds the service at a level below fiscal year 2012. The Coast Guard is proposing a fiscal 2014 budget of about $9.8 billion — compared to a fiscal year 2013 budget that with the continuing resolution effects totaled about $11 billion, and a fiscal 2012 budget of about $10.7 billion. The budget provides about $743 million for surface assets, including funding of the seventh National Security Cutter (NSC), meant to ...

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