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SERVING FLORIDA'S NATURE COAST

Division Flotillas Assist Coast Guard Post Hurricane IRMA

Hurricane IRMA   September, 2017                                  Featured Photos

This was a win for Mother Ocean!

We had a very productive Coastal Cleanup in Cedar Key" stated John Caddigan, Flotilla Commander 15-2. "Working alongside the city, UF IFAS, Nature Coast Conservancy and a lot of volunteers."

The Auxiliary and Coastguardsman from USCG Station Yankeetown, led by AUXLO Kyle Tappan recovered trash from the sea and seaside areas. Coast Guard Auxiliary photos by John Caddigan. 

      

Go to Press Releases to read how Flotilla 15-1 assisted.

Message From The Division 15 Commander

Today's Auxiliary is the volunteer arm of the United States Coast Guard. We are involved in non-law enforcement programs such as public education, safety patrols, radio operations, search and rescue, and marine environmental protection. We also interface with County Emergency Operation Centers and numerous other essential programs.

Division 15 works hand in hand with Coast Guard Station Yankeetown and is responsible for an area along the Gulf coast from southern Hernando County, north to Jefferson County and from Central Florida to the Gulf of Mexico. The division consists of six local flotillas involving over 220 Auxiliary members.

Our members come from a variety of backgrounds, work experiences and skills. What unites us is our willingness to share our knowledge, an opportunity to serve, and for the self satisfaction we receive giving back to the community in which we live.

Andy Render, Commander, Division 15