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     LCDR Jason A. Boyer, D17 Director of Auxiliary

 LCDR Jason A. Boyer
A native of North Bend, Oregon, Lieutenant Commander Jason A. Boyer assumed the duties as the Seventeenth Coast Guard District’s Director of Auxiliary in June 2016.
Lieutenant Commander Boyer enlisted in the Coast Guard in January 1991 and departed for Cape May, NJ to attend Basic Training in April 1991. Following Basic Training, he attended Machinery Technician (MK) “A” school in Yorktown, VA and then received orders to Motor Lifeboat Station Manasquan Inlet, NJ. Following this tour, MK2 Boyer headed west for a tour aboard the CGC Point Ledge and subsequently was the plankowner of the new Motor Lifeboat Station Noyo River in
Fort Bragg, CA. A strong desire to serve in the far north, MK2 Boyer took a critical fill on the CGC Yocona in Kodiak, AK. Following the decommissioning of the Yocona, he happily served three more consecutive Alaska tours aboard the CGC Sweetbrier, LORSTA Shoal Cove and CGC Anacapa. During these tours, Petty Officer Boyer became heavily involved in Law Enforcement and was a key member on multiple shipboard training teams. While serving as the Chief aboard the CGC Anacapa, he promoted to Chief Warrant Officer and was transferred to Morgan City, LA where he started his career in the Marine Safety Program. Completing each of the demandingrequirements, CWO Boyer attained Hull, Machinery and all Investigating Officer qualifications. Following his selection for promotion in the Warrant to Lieutenant Program, Lieutenant Boyer gladly accepted orders back to Ketchikan, AK as the supervisor the Marine Safety Detachment. Following this successful tour, LT Boyer again headed to south Louisiana to fill the Executive Officer position at Marine Safety Unit Houma. After four successful years as XO, LT Boyer promoted to Lieutenant Commander and was selected to fill the Chief of Prevention position at Sector Juneau where he completed a highly productive four years managing all Prevention missions and units across SE Alaska. A strong desire to remain in Alaska, LCDR Boyer requested and received orders as the District 17 Director of Auxiliary.
His military decorations include CG Meritorious Service Medal, five CG Commendation Medals, three CG Achievement Medals, and the CG Commandant’s Letter of Commendation Medal.
LCDR Boyer is married to Mary Boyer of Springfield, Oregon. They have a daughter, Lexus Boyer, who currently resides in Seattle, WA and son, Hunter Boyer, who graduated in 2016 and resides in Juneau, AK



Lori Cook, Assistant Director of Auxiliary


Travel Orders and Claims Processing, Short-Term Training Requests for C-Schools, Procurement, Injury Claims