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4th of July Parade 2017

4th of July Parade
Parade participants

Maintaining the fireworks safety zone

Maintaining the fireworks safety zone

Fireworks barge

fireworks barge

CG Flotilla and CG Station Dululth Memorial Day Parade 2017

Former Coast Guardsmen and now CG Auxiliarists

CG Auxiliary parade participants

Working the 2017 Boat Show

Working the 2017 Boat Show

New flotilla project for boat launches

new flotilla project at boat launches

Tall Ships 2016 in Duluth - Auxiliary was there to help

Harbor congestion where AUX facilities worked the safety perimeter

Rubber Duckie was there too

Flotilla 04's Auxiliary Air members

Flotilla 04's Auxiliary Air members

Towing practice with Station Duluth

Standing by for training exercise

Boat crew ready for training patrol

Training session turned serious - towing disabled boat

Training session turned serious - towing disabled boat

Shooting off flares with Power Squadron and Coast Guard

Shooting off flares with Power Squadron and Coast Guard

Auxiliary chefs at Station Duluth Change of Command 2016

Aux Chefs at Change of Command Station Duluth 2016

Members studying for Recreational Boating Safety Visitation Program exam

                   On board the CG Buoy Tender Alder - March 2016

 

 

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    ABOUT THE COAST GUARD AUXILIARY

  • The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed, all-volunteer component of the United States Coast Guard. The Auxiliary was created by an Act of Congress in 1939, and has grown to over 32,000 members who daily support the Coast Guard in all its non-military, and non-law-enforcement missions. We have members and units in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam.

  • Auxiliary members conduct safety patrols on local waterways, assist in Search and Rescue, teach boating safety classes, conduct free vessel safety checks for the public, provide boating safety literature to dealers, as well as many other activities related to recreational boating safety.

    The Coast Guard considers the Auxiliary its primary resource for recreational boating safety outreach and prevention (see the message "From the Commandant"), and each Coast Guard district around the nation has established a senior officer and staff to provide tight liaison and coordination between the active-duty Coast Guard and the various Auxiliary units in that district.

    And in many inland portions of the country, where the majority of U.S. recreational boating occurs on lakes and rivers, the Auxiliary is the sole Coast Guard presence!

  • But the Auxiliary is more than recreational boating safety; we regularly serve alongside our active-duty shipmates serving as communications watchstanders, uninspected passenger vessel inspectors, training resources for air and sea operations, numerious duties related to environmental protection and homeland security, and even as chefs! In fact, there are nearly two dozen "qualifications" open to Auxiliarists willing to put in the time and training. Collectively, Auxiliarists volunteer over 4.5 million hours per year and complete nearly 500,000 missions – a true force multiplier for the Coast Guard!

  • Membership in the Auxiliary is open to persons 17 years of age and older. We are organized into 16 districts nationwide, comprised of 171 divisions with approximately 980 flotillas. No matter where you live, there is a flotilla near you. Find the unit nearest your Zip Code by clicking on "Units" at the top of this page. And for dozens of reasons why should join, visit "Recruiting". You will not be sorry!


Flotilla contact information: 

Diane Martinek, Human Resources Officer   218 - 349-9562       dmartinek@mediacombb.net    

Elmer Engman, Vice Flotilla Commander      218 - 428-0563       vikingdiver@mchsi.com