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  Applying For Membership In Flotilla 10-06

How to Become a Member

New Member Packet, Application, Course and Exam

 

 What You Need To Know About Uniforms

What Uniforms Should You Buy First?

How to Properly Wear the Operational Dress Uniform

Wear the Uniform Neatly and Correctly ...

Auxiliary 5th District Store

   Sells Auxiliary accessory items and certain uniform items. Auxiliary EMPLID# is required for purchases but website may be accessed without EMPLID.
 

USCG Uniform Distribution Center

   Sells Auxiliary uniform items but not all Auxiliary accessory items. Auxiliary EMPLID# is required for purchases.

Flotilla Meetings and Events

Monthly Meetings
Flotilla 10-06 meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 1930 (7:30pm) at USCG Sector North Carolina, 721 Medical Center Drive, Wilmington, NC.
Uniform is Tropical Blue Long. New members who have not yet obtained their uniforms should wear business casual.

Change of Watch

Around New Years the Flotilla conducts a Change of Watch formal dinner event where the newly elected and appointed officers for the coming year are sworn in. The date and location are announced prior to the event. The Change of Watch usually takes the place of the December monthly Flotilla meeting.

USCG Auxiliary Protocols

Guide to Protocol and Courtesy for Auxiliary Units and Auxiliarists 

USCG & USCG Auxiliary Acronyms

USCG Auxiliary Operations

Surface Operations

Surface Operations and the Boat Crew Training Program are at the heart of most flotilla activities. Boat Crew members and Coxswains are qualified in accordance with the current Auxiliary Boat Crew Training Manual, COMDTINST M16794.51A (as revised effective January 1, 2007). The Coxswain requests and receives orders for a patrol that is multi-mission in nature. Patrols are carried out in accordance with the Auxiliary Operations Policy Manual.

Air Operations

AUXAIR is an Auxiliary operational program, but organized on a district level rather than on a flotilla and division basis. AUXAIR aviators have varied aviation backgrounds and many have prior military experience. AUXAIR aviators volunteer their aircraft for use as facilities, just as surface operators volunteer their boats. All Auxiliary aircraft meet strict U.S. Coast Guard and Federal Aviation Administration requirements. These aircraft are inspected annually per the Commandants instruction.

Communications Operations

Auxiliary communications are not bound into a rigidly structured operational system but rather consist of fixed land stations, land mobile stations and direction finder stations that have been accepted by the Director of the Auxiliary as radio facilities.  The primary purposes of the Auxiliary communications network are:
              - Coordinating authorized Auxiliary activities in support of Coast Guard Operations ("operational communications")
             - Augmenting the Coast Guard communications system, when required ("contingency communications")
             - Communicating urgent matters of official Auxiliary business ("operational communications")
             - Training
             - Assisting national resources in time of disaster ("contingency communications")

Member Training

Appropriate and effective training of our members is key to a highly evolved, dynamic, effective, and efficient organization. Training enables us to become valuable partners with the Coast Guard helping them meet mission objectives. Also, we meet our commitment to be of service not only to the maritime community, but the community as a whole.  The Training Directorate is committed to providing the best training available, economically, utilizing the latest techniques in multimedia, online delivery of materials, online distance learning, and online self and proctored testing. Available to members are presentations, videos, instructional guides, DVDs, and online classrooms that cover the skills, interests, and qualifications that our members desire or need to have.