Some of the Navy units that the Coast Guard most commonly works with are being reorganized.
The Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security (PWCS) mission the Coast Guard does in the US, when required outside the US, is a Navy responsibility, although they frequently seek Coast Guard assistance.
The Navy has decided to reorganize the way they do this mission, by combining at least to some extent, the organizations that do river and coastal missions.
They are also getting some new platforms to allow them to operate further from shore, including the new 85 foot patrol boat we talked about earlier.
There isn’t an exact correspondence between the way the Coast Guard defines the PWCS mission and the mission set for this new organization, but there are a lot of similarities and we can expect that there will be opportunities to train and exercise together.