National Commodore’s Holiday Message

Friday, December 21, 2012

National Commodore

  As we gather to celebrate the holidays, Wanda and I would like to offer our wishes for a happy and peaceful season and the best of all good things in the coming New Year. The glue that binds the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary into the world¹s foremost volunteer maritime organization is the fellowship we […]

Featured Photo – Auxiliary Chef

Friday, December 21, 2012

AuxChef

Auxiliary Chef prepares for Christmas Observance at Rear Adm. Steven H. Ratti Quarters. USCG Auxiliary photo.

USCG Auxiliarist Deployed on Board Navy Ship HSV Swift

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

HSV-2 Swift is a non-commissioned, hybrid catamaran originally leased by the United States Navy as a mine countermeasures and sea based test platform. Today she is primarily used for fleet support and humanitarian partnership missions.  Photo courtesy is the US Navy.

My flight arrived at Dakar Léopold Sangor International, after leaving Connecticut in the bitter cold, breathing the warm air of Senegal was very welcomed. Upon my arrival, two sailors were waiting for me with a sign bearing my name in bold.  I immediately started my job as an interpreter for the US Navy via the […]

For Holiday Gift Giving – Think Boating Safety

Monday, December 17, 2012

Regardless of your budget there are many gifts available for the boater in your family.  Photo by Auxiliarist Brad Simpson.

  Puzzled about the perfect gift or stocking stuffers for the recreational boating family members and friends on your holiday gift-giving list? You can’t go wrong by thinking boating safety. The gift ideas are almost endless and many are relatively inexpensive. Article by Auxiliarist Brad Simpson, Public Affairs Officer For Dad, how about a rearming […]

Featured Photo – Navigator On-line

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Enterprise

  A Coast Guard Auxiliary vessel owned by Scott Handschuch and coxswained by Tom Evans, with Sandy Hook, New Jersey crew, Marcus Witkowski, Stephen Peters, Richard Flinn and James Geannakakes, serves as a public affairs boat as the retired Space Shuttle Enterprise, transits New York Harbor. “We picked up the media in lower Manhattan and […]

Featured Photo – Award Presented by USCG Capt. Dickinson

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Captain SHERYL DICKINSON pinning Randy MORITZ[2]

  Sarasota, FL – U.S. Coast Guard Capt. Sheryl Dickinson (left) pinning award medal on  Auxiliarist Randall Moritz (center); looking on is Auxiliarist Toni Borman (right). Photo by Auxiliarist Judi Bidwick.

Auxiliary joins USO to Support National Guard Family Day

Monday, December 10, 2012

As part the National Guard Family Day event the local Coast Guard Auxiliary entertained and taught the children about boating safety using Coastie the Safety Boat. They demonstrated how to select the appropriate size life vest and provided activity books about boating safety. To challenge the children, they provided the heaving line toss.  Photo by Auxiliarist Brad Simpson.

The Coast Guard Auxiliary joined the USO and the Air National Guard to support the Army National Guard Family Day.  The event took place at the New Joint Force Headquarters in Raleigh, NC. It was a beautiful day with temperatures in the mid-60s and over 700 in attendance at the event with over 150 children […]

Featured Photo – Protect Your Pet

Monday, December 3, 2012

No matter what the species, remember to protect your pet when boating.  Photo by USCG Auxiliary Public Affairs Officer Brad Simpson.

  Every boater knows the crucial importance of proper safety gear on deck.  But do they realize that their boating companion also needs proper safety protection? Just like humans, boating pets need the added protection of  life jackets. These can be found at your local outdoor sporting center.  Sizes are available to fit most pets, […]

Sector Long Island Sound Auxiliarist receives Sustained Service Award

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Coast Guard Auxiliarist Ed Petrie, right, reviews a chart of the south shore of Long Island with Chief Petty Officer John Jackson, Nov. 14, 2012. Petrie received the Sustained Service Award for dedicated volunteer service to the Coast Guard and Coast Guard Auxiliary. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Senior Chief Petty Officer Curtis Taft.

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Coast Guard Auxiliarist Ed Petrie knows a thing or two about Devotion to Duty. Petrie was presented the Coast Guard Auxiliary Sustained Service Award for spending more than 25,000 hours of volunteer effort, and he is still going strong. Article by Lt. Jeff Janaro, Sector Long Island Sound, Public Affairs Officer Petrie […]

Super Storm Sandy Relief Concert

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Auxiliarist Rio Clemente plays at the White House.  Photo courtesy of USCG Auxiliary.

Randolph, NJ  – The Coast Guard Auxiliary will be hosting a holiday concert to benefit the Staten Island Coast Guard families whose houses were also destroyed or damaged due to Hurricane Sandy.  While the men and woman of the Coast Guard were out helping the citizens of New Jersey and New York  evacuate and be […]

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