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  The Coast Guard Auxiliary operates in all 50 States and territories of the U.S.

  • to promote and improve Recreational Boating Safety
  •  To provide trained crews and facilities to augment the Coast Guard and enhance safety and security of our ports, waterways, and coastal regions
  •  To support Coast Guard operational, administrative, and logistical Requirements

Every day, the Coast Guard Auxiliary:

• Saves a life
• Assists 11 boaters in distress
• Spends 295 hours teaching boating safety education
• Does 548 vessel safety checks and dealer visits
• Provides 487 hours of community boating safety outreach
• Volunteers 10,849 hours of on water boating safety patrols

 Flotilla 3-10, " Callao"

Flotilla 3-10, " Callao" was established in 1977 and continues to build on its legacy of service to the boating public in the Northern Neck of Virginia  and  support of Coast Guard Stations on the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers.

Auxiliary members who lived along the Potomac River and its many tributaries in the Northern Neck chartered Flotilla 3-10 in July 1977. We have over a 30-year tradition of teaching courses, checking boats for safety equipment and search and rescue.

Flotilla 3-10 members work with CG Station St. Inigoes who are, “Guardians of the Potomac”.

Flotilla 3-10 is also active on the Rappahannock River in the Tappahannock area and supports the Coast Guard Station in Milford Haven in all facets of the Auxiliary mission.

Fl 3-10 meets the third Monday evening of each month at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, on Rt 202, 2 miles north of Callao, except for special and social occasions.