For the last several years, the Coast Guard Research and Development Center (RDC) has explored the use of unmanned systems to facilitate the enormous task of maintaining Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA). While MDA is vital to Coast Guard mission success, there are several areas of opportunity for unmanned systems to enhance or automate certain Coast Guard tasks or missions, which have not been heavily explored. Recent advancements in robotics and the affordability of command and control systems have changed the cost benefit ratio in favor of integrating more unmanned systems into standard Coast Guard missions beyond MDA. The purpose of this project is to expand on the use of unmanned systems to enhance or automate the non-MDA tasks associated with these missions. This study identified opportunities to expand the use of unmanned assets to each of the Coast Guards statutory missions. MDA components that have already been assessed for unmanned capabilities will be identified and recommendations on which unmanned systems can be implemented for each specific mission will be made.