Auxiliary Air is Always Ready

Monday, April 9, 2012

The next time you are walking along an ocean beach or enjoying the tranquil waters of a large inland river or an expansive lake and see a low flying plane traverse the sky overhead, chances are you are looking at a Coast Guard Auxiliary aircraft.  Their history goes back to WWII.  Article by Auxiliarist Constance […]

When It Really Counts, It’s Good to Be a USCG Auxiliary Member

Friday, March 2, 2012

Put yourself on your boat…your fuel gauge fails and you run out of fuel on the open water…what do you do? Re-posted with permission from the Cape May County Herald. Sure, you can call on a commercial towing service, and spend hundreds of dollars trying to get back to your home dock. Or, just maybe […]