USCG Auxiliary National Training January 2015 Meeting – Highlight Photos

Thursday, February 5, 2015

St. Louis, MO – The USCG Auxiliary held its annual National Training Meeting (N-Train) at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet Hotel from January 25, 2015 to February 1, 2015 with a focus on Leadership, Public Affairs, Marine Safety, and Incident Management.

Here are some of the highlight photos of the event:

This year the Auxiliary’s National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN) was held January 25 - February 1, 2015, at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet Hotel. N-TRAIN is held each year toward the end of January in the St. Louis area, home to the Coast Guard Auxiliary Association, Inc. – a non-profit organization that provides business management and training support for the Coast Guard Auxiliary. N-TRAIN offers a variety of training opportunities for selected district staff officers and national leadership. USCG Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

This year the Auxiliary’s National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN) was held January 25 – February 1, 2015, at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet Hotel. N-TRAIN is held each year toward the end of January in the St. Louis area, home to the Coast Guard Auxiliary Association, Inc. – a non-profit organization that provides business management and training support for the Coast Guard Auxiliary. N-TRAIN offers a variety of training opportunities for selected district staff officers and national leadership. USCG Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

ST LOUIS - National Commodore Mark Simoni (left) relieves Commodore Thomas Mallison (right) in Change of Watch ceremony officiated Admiral Zukunft (center) at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN). USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

National Commodore Mark Simoni (left) relieves Commodore Thomas Mallison (right) in Change of Watch ceremony officiated Admiral Zukunft (center) at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN). USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. Zukunft addresses the Auxiliary National Board at this year’s National Training Meeting. Coast Guard Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. Zukunft addresses the Auxiliary National Board at this year’s National Training Meeting.  USCG Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

National Commodore Mark Simoni welcomes members to the 2015 National Training Meeting.  Commodore Simoni is the 32nd National Commodore of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary. Coast Guard Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

National Commodore Mark Simoni welcomes members to the 2015 National Training Meeting. Commodore Simoni is the 32nd National Commodore of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.
USCG Auxiliary photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

Marion Byerson ANACO-Diversity (DV) and Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. Zukunft at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting. USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

Commodore Marion Byerson, ANACO-Diversity, and Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. Zukunft at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting.
USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

Senior leadership study session in progress. USCG Auxiliary Photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

Senior leadership study session in progress. USCG Auxiliary Photo by Joseph Giannattasio.

(Left to right) National Commodore Mark Simoni Commodore, Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. ZukunftThomas, Past National Commodore Thomas Mallison - Change of Watch ceremony at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN). USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

(Left to right) National Commodore Mark Simoni Commodore, Commandant of the Coast Guard Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, Thomas, Past National Commodore Thomas Mallison – Change of Watch ceremony at the 2015 Auxiliary National Training Meeting (N-TRAIN). USCG Auxiliary photo by Bill Coby.

To see the full gallery of Auxiliary photos from N-Train, please follow this link: http://uscgaux.biz/pictures/index.php?cat=0&page=2/.

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