Auxiliary Air is Always Ready

Monday, April 9, 2012

Auxiliarist Constance Irvin nears completion of the yearly AuxAir mandatory swim test for Aircrew certification. Photo by C. Seaman.

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 […]