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Welcome to the Division 5, District 1SR Web Site

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DCDR Sandro Sherrod
Division Commander

Sandro Sherrod

VCDR Salvador RiveraVice Division Commander

Salvador Rivera

Welcome o the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Division 5 (D1SR 014-05) Official Website. We are the civilian uniformed volunteer component of the U.S. Coast Guard. The over-arching mission of the Auxiliary is to augment the Recreational Boating Safety Mission of the U.S. Coast Guard as well as assisting with the security of our citizens, ports, waterways and coastal regions. While we are not directly involved in military activities or law enforcement, members do participate in thousands of hours of support that directly supplements the Coast Guard’s Maritime Domain Awareness missions which include Harbor Patrols, Vessel Safety Inspections, Public Education, Radio Communications, Search & Rescue and Marine Environmental Protection.

Division 5 is a managing authority for U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, First District Southern Region in New York City. Our Division has a total of 5 Flotillas which are comprised of about 300 Auxiliarists. Division 5 Flotillas cover New York City from the southernmost tip of Manhattan (the Battery), through the northern most portion of the Bronx. This includes the most densely populated area in the United States, the county of New York (Manhattan). Manhattan’s daytime population is approximately 4 million, with another 1 million in the Bronx. 

Our goal is to help make all on-the-water experiences safer for those who use America's waterways. In New York City you may see the Auxiliary on patrol on the Hudson, Harlem or East rivers, at public events, boat shows, in schools or in the air. We welcome new Members, and encourage your participation.  

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