Featured Photos – USCG Auxiliary Santa on Ship

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Hopefully, everyone had a Merry Christmas. For this week’s featured photos, we have U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary members dressed as Santa! Despite having slight issues with U.S. Coast Guard grooming and weight regulations, he has no problem bringing some holiday cheer to the rest of us.

CAPE MAY, NJ - Auxiliarist Santa (Jim McClellan FL82) pays a visit to crew and families of USCGC MAKO berthed at USCG Station Cape May. “Santa-Jim” has actively participated in various Holiday events for the crews’ families of the cutters and boats located at USCG STA CAPE MAY for several years. USCG Auxiliary photo by Donald Dobson.

CAPE MAY, NJ – Auxiliarist Santa (Jim McClellan) pays a visit to crew and families of USCGC MAKO berthed at USCG Station Cape May. “Santa-Jim” has actively participated in various holiday events for the crews’ families of the cutters and boats located at USCG Station Cape May for several years.
USCG Auxiliary Photo by Donald Dobson.

 

Auxiliarist Charles McLeod waves to USCG family and friends as the USCG Cutter Legare returns to port right before the start of the holidays. USCG Photo.

Auxiliarist Charles McLeod waves to USCG family and friends as the USCG Cutter Legare returns to port right before the start of the holidays. USCG Photo by PA3 Nate Littlejohn.

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