District 14 Director of Auxiliary (DIRAUX)

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While District 14 is one of the smallest Districts in number of Auxiliarists, it is the largest in Photo of Coast Guard Small Boatsterms of area of patrol responsibility. Over 460 Auxiliary members work alongside 1,150 Active Duty, 150 Reserve, and 80 Civilian members of the Coast Guard to serve an area of 12.2 million square miles of land and sea including Hawaii, American Samoa, Saipan, and Guam. In 2014, nearly 37,000 hours of volunteer service were performed by District 14 Auxiliarists.

The Director of Auxiliary (DIRAUX), working together with the District Commodore, the Auxiliary, Coast Guard Area and district staffs, Coast Guard operations and administrative commands, board and staff, is responsible for administering, coordinating, facilitating, supporting, advocating, advancing, and overall execution of the Auxiliary program within the district/region. The Director serves as the advisor to the District Commander on all Auxiliary matters and is the District Commander's direct representative on all Auxiliary matters within the District. The Director receives program policy direction from the Chief Director.