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Welcome to the Division 4, District 7 Web Site


Welcome to the Division 4 Website

I want to introduce myself as the Division 4 Commander for 2018. One of my goals this year is to increase the flow of communication and coordination among our flotillas and members. As you look over the different items below, remember that communication is a two-way street. I invite you to share your ideas and comments with me or any member of the leadership team to help advance our common goals. As with any organization, the Auxiliary operates most effectively through efficient teamwork and communication.
 

 Division Commander

2018 Division Meeting Dates

Division meetings are held at Coast Guard Station Ponce de Leon Inlet, 2999 N. Peninsula Ave, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169 on the last Saturday of January, April, July, and October. Meetings begin at 0900 and last approximately two hours. 2018 meeting dates are 27 January; 28 April; 28 July; and 27 October.
  

Follow Us on Twitter

Division 4 has its own Twitter account. Follow us at @CGAuxDiv04 for meeting notices, updates on Division and flotilla events, and general Auxiliary news and information.
 
Along with Zory Sorrentino, Division Vice Commander, we thank you for your service to the Auxiliary and the support you provide to Team Coast Guard.
 
Respectfully,

Martin Goodwin

 

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary


Who We Are...
The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is the civilian component of Team Coast Guard. It was founded in 1939 by an Act of Congress as the US Coast Guard Reserves and re-designated the Auxiliary in 1941. The 25,000 volunteer members (men and women) donate thousands of hours in support of Coast Guard missions.


The Coast Guard does more than just Search and Rescue, and with the exception of direct law enforcement and military action, the Auxiliary is there, side by side, working with regular and reserve Coast Guard units every step of the way. We're found in every part of the United States, not just where Recreational Boating is found.


The National Organization is broken down along the lines of the Coast Guard Districts (some districts are further sub-divided for ease of administration). Districts are then sub-divided into Divisions, with these units further sub-divided into Flotillas. The Flotilla is the mainstay of the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

For more information, Contact Martin Goodwin (martin.goodwin@cgauxmail.org)