What is a Coast Guard Taclet?

What is a Coast Guard Taclet?

Tactical Law Enforcement Team | TACLET TACLETs are a United States Coast Guard specialized force that carry out maritime interdiction, security and counter narcotics operations. TACLETs are an element of the USCG’s Deployable Operations Group (DOG).

What are the Coast Guard 11 missions?

USCG: A Multi-Mission Force

  • Ports & Waterway Security.
  • Drug Interdiction.
  • Aids to Navigation.
  • Search and Rescue.
  • Living Marine Resources.
  • Marine Safety.
  • Defense Readiness.
  • Migrant Interdiction.

What is the Coast Guard symbol?

The Coast Guard seal is a pair of crossed anchors superimposed by a life ring with shield and surrounded by a line grommet. The Seal is for official use only and shall not be reproduced outside of the United States Coast Guard.

What is Coast Guard MSST?

A Maritime Safety and Security Team, or MSST, is a counter-terrorism team of the United States Coast Guard established to protect local maritime assets. Multi-mission capability facilitates augmentation for other selected Coast Guard missions.

Where to buy USCG insignia from Vanguard Industries?

Vanguard has proudly offered a complete line of USCG insignia and accessories for over 90 years. Most USCG orders are processed out of the California location. Please call 1‑800‑433‑1334 with any questions.

What do the badges of the Coast Guard mean?

Badges of the United States Coast Guard are issued by the Department of Homeland Security to members of the United States Coast Guard to denote certain qualifications, achievements, and postings to certain assignments.

What does the Coast Guard MSST stand for?

Coast Guard MSST produces waterborne and shore-side protection and relief from terrorist attacks. Tactical Law Enforcement Teams (TACLET): Tactical Law Enforcement Teams (TACLET) work alongside Coast Guard MSRT and MSST units.

Who are the members of the Coast Guard MSRT?

There are many that seek to become team members of Coast Guard MSRT’s primary assault force, known as the Direct Action Section (DAS). The Direction Action Section generally consists of several team members, including a Team Leader, Precision Marksmen, Observation Members, CBRN Members, Comms/JTACs, and Breachers.

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