Division 10 What's New!

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Boat Crew Handbooks Replace the Boat Crew Seamanship Manual

Here is the link to the 5 new Boat Crew Handbooks which replace the now
obsolete Boat Crew Seamanship Manual. There is also a Boat Crew Seamanship
to Boat Crew Handbook Cross Walk document on that web showing what was in
the BCSM and where the info is now located in the BCHBs or other CG manuals.
Some sections have been deleted as obsolete.
They are all located on the Response Directorate's web site and are in the
Member's Zone area which is password protected.  You can enter the member's
zone with your member ID # and password you also use for AUX Directory and
other Auxiliary sites.
Trainees for Surface Operations program qualifications (Crew, Coxswain and
PWC Operator) will need to reference these handbooks. They are also good
reference/refresher  manuals for currently qualified members as well.
As with most other CG publications these days, paper copies will not be


Surface Programs Manuals and Document Information


Happy Reading

COMO Gary A. Taylor

US Coast Guard Auxiliary


Auxiliary New Member Advancement Process

Beginning 01 February 2018, all newly enrolled members of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary are required to complete the Basic Qualification II (BQII) Course to move forward from Approval Pending (AP) status to any other Auxiliary membership status.
Currently enrolled members, including those in AP status before 01 February 2018 are not required to take the course although it is highly recommended.
Upon completion of the seven BQII modules, both new and existing members will receive credit that is equivalent to completing the Administrative Procedures Course (APC) or the Flotilla Leadership Course (FLC) needed to advance in elected office and will be awarded one leadership credit toward their Auxiliary Operations (AUXOP) qualification.

Auxiliary members who are familiar with customs, traditions, and history of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, understand our missions and programs, the operational structure, the policies and regulations that guide us, and our protocols and uniform wear will be far better prepared to serve the Coast Guard than less knowledgeable members.To find the BQII course, go to and click on Basic Qualification II Course in the menu on the left side of the page. 

 Auxiliary Classroom

Auxiliary National Testing Center


About Mandatory Training


 AUX-LMS Website

The Mandated Training Website requires a different kind of log in than your normal Member Zone log in.
 - The User Name is your Email Address (the one the Auxiliary has on file)
 - The password must be at least 16 CHARACTERS LONG.
 - To create the password choose "Forgot Password and Confirmation to log in
    will be sent your email address

About AUX LMS and Auxiliary Mandated Training

About Other Online Testing and Learning Opportuities
(ICS, Online Classrooms, Online Testing, C-Schools and Other Training Opportunities)
- Frequently Asked Questions About AUX LMS
Having the latest version of Adobe "Flash" seems to fix most technical problems with AUX LMS You can Download It From Here (you should remove the checkmark next to "Yes, install Chrome as my default browser.......")
Google Chrome works with most modules you can download it here:
Mozilla Firefox Browser is very successful with Mandated Training

Course List

502290 Influenza Training
502306 Ethics 1 - Personal Gifts
502379 Building Resilience and Preventing Suicide in the Coast Guard
810000 Sexual Harassment Prevention
810015 Privacy at DHS: Protecting Personal Information
810030 Security Education and Training Awareness
810045 Sexual Assault Prevention/Response
502319 Civil Rights Awareness (Currently Only Offered As An Instructor Led Course)

In most modules, there is an option to Test Out, without taking the entire course. This option will save time for Auxiliarists who have prior training on a listed subject.

In most modules, there is an option to Test Out, without taking the entire course. This option will save time for Auxiliarists who have prior training on a listed subject.
 a. Auxiliarists must successfully complete the following MT during their first year of enrollment and   then once every five years thereafter: (1) DHS Together - Resilience Training - course code 502379
(2) Security Education and Training Awareness (SETA) - course code 810030
(3) Privacy at DHS / Protecting Personal Information - course code 810015
(4) Sexual Harassment Prevention - course code 810000
(5) Sexual Assault Prevention and Response - course code 810045
(6) Civil Rights Awareness - course code 502319
  b. Auxiliarists must successfully complete the following MT only once (new members shall complete them during their first year of enrollment):
(1) Ethics 1 / Personal Gifts - course code 502306
(2) Influenza Training - course code 502290
  c. Enrolled Auxiliarists now have until 31 December 2016 to complete all eight of the MT courses listed above. As each of the first six courses listed above is completed, its own five-year cycle will start. Each cycle will extend to 31 December of the fifth year regardless of the date the course was completed during the year, and so on. For example, if an Auxiliarist completes the Civil Rights Awareness course on 15 November 2013, then he/she will have to complete it again by 31 December 2018.

(1) If a course has already been successfully completed within the past five years, and written proof of successful completion (e.g., course completion certificate or screen shot; transcript) can be provided by the Auxiliarist, then that course shall be recognized as already in its five-year cycle. This includes credit for comparable courses that were successfully completed under different course titles in the past. Such written proof must be presented to the IS officer responsible for the Auxiliarist's AUXDATA entries.



There is a website in D11N that has been established specifically to allow auxiliarists the ability to do practice exams for several Certifications. This website should be used rather than taking official on-line exams over and over again for practice. In particular, the NAV95 exam should be taken only for recertification as a COXSWAIN, NOT as a practice exam for NAV70. Each time any on-line exam is taken, it must be recorded in AUXDATA. This takes valuable time away from DIRAUX staff. Instead, use
to do your practice NAV RULES exams. The Website also supports practice exams for the following: AUXCOM, AUXSEA, AUXWEA, AUXNAV, AUXPAT, Boat Crew, Boat Coxswain, PWC operator, and HAM Radio exams.

18 Jul 13   Categories: General, DIRAUX Bulletin, Member Training, Good of the Order, ALAUX, Major Events


District 11 Member Application Checklist

To download Member Application Checklist 

(Click Here)


Admiral Zukunft Speech at N-Train 2017

NACON 2016 Admiral Zukunft Speech

US Coast Guard Mobile App


Features of the app include: state boating information; a safety equipment checklist; free boating safety check requests; navigation rules; float plans; and calling features to report pollution or suspicious activity.  When location services are enabled, users can receive the latest weather reports from the closest National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration weather buoys as well as report the location of a hazard on the water.

The Boating Safety Mobile app is not designed to replace a boater's marine VHF radio, which the Coast Guard strongly recommends all boaters have aboard their vessels. 

The app is primarily designed to provide additional boating safety resources for mobile device users. 

The app will be available on the Apple and Android/Google Play online stores. 

The app also features an Emergency Assistance button which, with locations services enabled, will call the closest Coast Guard command center.

ITunes App Store      

App Store                          Google Play