USCG Auxiliary Blog – Image of the Week

Thursday, January 21, 2016


Coast Guard Auxiliary photo by Ronald Kripas

ATLANTIC CITY – Auxiliarist and Active Duty Aviators form USCG STA ATLANTIC CITY start the new year working together on an familiarization (FAM) flight on a MH-65D helicopter. (L to R) Pilot LT Andrew Bacon, Auxiliarist Judy Redlawsk DFSO, and Flight Mechanic Barry Garris. 2016 is the centennial of Coast Guard Aviation.



  1. Mike Piscetelli says:

    I need to know has to get a trip like this. We are all proud of you Judy your living the dream.

  2. Richard Kane says:

    Wow what a great way to get the New Year off the ground!

  3. HOWARD HIMES says:


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