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Welcome to the Flotilla 20-11, District 9CR Web Site

 

 Welcome to the home of USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 20-11 of the 9th Central Region!

Our Flotilla operates from USCG Station Saint Clair Shores in Saint Clair, Michigan. 
 
Station St. Clair Shores

 The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, the uniformed civilian, volunteer Component of Team Coast Guard assists the active duty Coast Guard in all of its varied missions, except for military and direct law enforcement. These men and women can be found on the nation's waterways, in the air, in classrooms and on the dock, performing Search and Rescue, Maritime Domain Awareness patrols, safety patrols, vessel safety checks and public education.

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary was founded in 1939 by an Act of Congress as the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and re-designated the Auxiliary in 1941. Its over 31,000 members contribute millions of hours annually in support of Coast Guard missions.

Auxiliary members can and do train at local units;  

Must be minimum age of 17 to Join Auxiliary (no max. limit);

Auxiliary members can train as crew with the USCG on 25’ RB-HS rescue boats;

May qualify to be watch standers & acquire other competencies at local units;

Auxiliary members work with and support local units/sector headquarters;

Auxiliary members are involved with a variety of C.G operations;

Auxiliary members are proven force multipliers and

Auxiliary members continue to augment at various Sectors: Aux Chef & Cutters on Great Lakes;

*  Not applicable to USCG Academy admission

For information on membership in the U.S Coast Guard Auxiliary and Flotilla 20-11 please contact:

 Kelly Allen in Rochester, Michigan at:

 

  krallen007@wowway.com

  Direct:  615 –710-2277