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Commodore Michael Kierig  

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Becoming a US Coast Guard Auxiliarist in District 14 offers a fantastic chance to contribute to your community and country while developing valuable skills and qualities. As an Auxiliarist, you'll closely collaborate with Coast Guard personnel to play a role in safeguarding our nation's waterways. This involvement provides an opportunity to gain essential skills such as navigation, search and rescue techniques, and boating safety. Beyond skill acquisition, the experience also allows for the cultivation of virtues like discipline, responsibility, and teamwork.

Working in tandem with fellow Auxiliarists and Coast Guard partners fosters a reliance on teammates, leading to the formation of relationships grounded in trust and camaraderie that may endure a lifetime. Whether you're an experienced boater or a beginner, joining our District 14 US Coast Guard Auxiliary offers a fulfilling avenue to serve your community, acquire crucial skills, and develop qualities that can positively impact various aspects of your life.

2023 District 14 statistics

2023 D14 stats

WHO ARE WE?

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, established by an Act of Congress in 1939, serves as the volunteer uniformed branch of the United States Coast Guard, providing crucial support in non-military and non-law enforcement missions. With a membership exceeding 21,000, the Auxiliary actively participates in a range of Coast Guard activities.

Members of the Auxiliary play a vital role in various Coast Guard initiatives, including safety patrols on local waterways, involvement in search and rescue operations, public education through boating safety classes, provision of free vessel safety checks, distribution of boating safety literature, and participation in other recreational boating safety programs.

Despite having a relatively smaller number of members, District 14 bears the significant responsibility of overseeing the largest patrol area. Within this district, 354 Auxiliary members collaborate with 1,150 Active Duty personnel, 150 Reserve members, and 80 Civilian members of the Coast Guard. Together, their combined efforts extend across a vast expanse of 12.2 million square miles, encompassing regions such as Hawaii, American Samoa, Saipan, and Guam. In the year 2023, District 14 Auxiliarists generously volunteered over 23,000 service hours.

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Updated 05 February 2024