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This is who we are. This is what we do.

For the citizens of the United States of America,
we remain: "Semper Paratus" (Always Ready).

Auxilliary Member on patrol

One of the 30,000 Auxiliarists on patrol.

The US Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Massachusetts Environmental Police enforce a safety zone around the Irish warship 'LÉ Eithne'

The US Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Massachusetts Environmental Police enforce a safety zone around the Irish warship 'LÉ Eithne'.

The Boston skyline provides the backdrop for a navigational aid (channel marker) in the Mystic River.

The Boston skyline provides the backdrop for a navigational aid (channel marker) in the Mystic River.

Facilities ready to get underway from Sector Boston during Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2010

Facilities ready to get underway from Sector Boston during Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2010

The Auxiliary Ensign

The Auxiliary Ensign

Active Duty and Auxiliary surface facilities on patrol in Boston Harbor

Active Duty and Auxiliary surface facilities on patrol in Boston Harbor

Aids to Navigation near the outer islands of Boston Harbor.

Aids to Navigation near the outer islands of Boston Harbor. Boston Light, the last manned federally owned light in the United States, is staffed by Auxiliarists.

Searching for sources of pollution during a Maritime Observation Mission.

Searching for sources of pollution during a Maritime Observation Mission.

US Coast Guard Cutter Marcus Hannah, a 175 Keeper class coastal buoy tender

US Coast Guard Cutter Marcus Hannah, a 175 Keeper class coastal buoy tender services federal Aids to Navigation in Boston Harbor to repair reported discrepancies, and conduct routine maintenance.

Surface facility on safety / search rescue training patrol in Boston Harbor.

Surface facility on safety / search rescue training patrol in Boston Harbor. The container ship MSC Columbia is visible in the background.

Attendees at one of the many boating safety classes taught by the USCG Auxiliary.

Attendees at one of the many boating safety classes taught by the USCG Auxiliary.

These are not stock publicity photos, but rather actual photos of everyday operations, that cover just a small portion of what we do. Does it look like fun? Then join our Flotilla, go to Join Flotilla 5-25 and find out how.