Featured Photo – AUXAIR Helicopter

Friday, December 5, 2014

The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary may not have any rescue swimmers but we do have an USCG Auxiliary helicopter on patrol! Enjoy our featured photo of an AUXAIR helicopter before takeoff.

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Editors note:  The aircrew is performing a pre-underway check on all helicopter systems.  Underway, the aircrew would be wearing helmets.

ATLANTIC CITY - Auxiliary Aircraft Commander Judy Redlawsk and Aircrew member David Crownover perform preflight checks in Redlawsk’s Robinson R44 helicopter before takeoff from USCG Air Station Atlantic City. AUXAIR aviators volunteer their aircraft for use as facilities, just as surface operators volunteer their boats. Coast Guard Auxiliary Photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

ATLANTIC CITY – Auxiliary Aircraft Commander Judy Redlawsk and Aircrew member David Crownover perform preflight checks in Redlawsk’s Robinson R44 helicopter before takeoff from USCG Air Station Atlantic City. AUXAIR aviators volunteer their aircraft for use as facilities, just as surface operators volunteer their boats.
Coast Guard Auxiliary Photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

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  1. maurice thornton says:

    I’m with flotilla 17-10 in Kissimmee florida , I would like to do a feature story on these 2. Please, if possible, can someone contact me if their time permits.

    *Edited: Please utilize AuxOfficer for internal contact questions.


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