Useful Coast Guard Auxiliary Member Resources

Monday, December 21, 2015

Auxiliary members have questions, we have answers! Bookmark this page to help you navigate the Auxiliary waters.

Useful Coast Guard Auxiliary Member Resources:

ALAUX: These are messages distributed by the Chief Director of Auxiliary for member information or to promulgate policy.

Currents: This weblog contains messages to the membership from the National leadership and team.

Auxiliary National leadership: Meet our senior national leadership.

Currents: This weblog contains messages to the membership from the National leadership and team.

Auxiliary Strategic Plan 2014-2020: The strategic plan documents the path forward for the Auxiliary until 2020.

AuxDirectory: This is our master directory for all members, our offices, and the qualifications we hold. This is your first stop for finding members and member leaders by unit or member number.

Communities of Interest (Beta)These are online guided forums for the membership, currently in beta status with a limited set of forums.

Forms warehouse: Much of our activity has related PDF and/or online forms. The forms pages have all the details.

District websites: Every member is a member of a District. Be sure to visit your District’s site regularly. You can also find any Auxiliary Flotilla on this page.

Help deskThe Auxiliary’s National Help Desk is set up to answer queries about the Coast Guard Auxiliary that members of the Auxiliary have not been able to have answered by Coast Guard and Auxiliary reference materials (e.g., web sites, manuals, instructions), Auxiliary parallel staffing, and the Auxiliary chain of leadership and management.

KnowledgeBase: The Knowledge-base is a searchable set of frequently asked questions.


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