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Latest News and Updates

Admiral Z Keynote Speech at NACON - Watch It Here!

Admiral Paul F. Zukunft, Commandant of the United States Coast Guard, gave a powerful and complimentary keynote speech about the Auxiliary at our NACON 2016 in Phoenix. You can watch it below or go directly to https://vimeo.com/182535042/f802c79382.

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Coast Guard Launches App for Safer Boating - Download It Free

As the nation's recreational boating safety coordinator, the Coast Guard's mission is to minimize loss of life, personal injury, property damage, and environmental harm. Their boating safety program involves public education programs, regulation of boat design and construction, approval of boating safety equipment, and vessel safety checks for compliance with federal and state safety requirements. The Coast Guard Mobile App supports these missions by providing the essential services and information most commonly requested by boaters.

See the full article and YouTube clip at CaliforniaDiver.Com.

AUXMT - Mandated Training Needs to be Completed!

Have you heard about the new requirements for Mandated Training (AUXMT)? Beginning 1 January 2016, there are very important reasons for you to complete your training. Please read the ALAUX and information from the Training Department at National.

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Commodore Thomas J. Stoddard

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Who We Are

Since 1939, the men and women of the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary have volunteered millions of hours in support of the U.S. Coast Guard and the recreational boating public.
We are the uniformed civilian volunteer arm of the Coast Guard.

Our Missions

Recreational Boating Safety - consisting of our many boating safety classes, distributing boating safety information to the public, providing free vessel safety checks, and doing safety patrols on land, water and in the air.
Support of Maritime Homeland Security and other maritime safety challenges that have emerged in recent years.

"I'm always in awe of you Auxiliarists. You work for free and love what you do. I can't tell you how many times I've had the CG Aux help me out during the course of my career. You are indeed a national treasure!" Vince Patton, Master Chief USCG, Ret.