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CDR Evelyn L. Lynn, USCG

The Director of Auxiliary (DIRAUX) is charged with the active promotion and administration of Auxiliary affairs in the district and for compliance with instructions and directives governing the Auxiliary organization. As the District Commander's representative in all matters pertaining to the Auxiliary, the director keeps the District Commander advised of all circumstances and developments of interest as they pertain to the program.

(U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Manual, COMDTINST M16790.1G)

DIRECTOR'S VISION and MISSION STATEMENTS

Vision

We will be brilliant in the basics: Training, certifying, and supporting Auxiliary members so that they may achieve excellence in Recreational Boating Safety, Coast Guard and State Support, and Member Services.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to facilitate the needs of all our customers by fostering a spirit of cooperation and developing partnerships. We recognize the desire of the Auxiliary and search for new prospects that will motivate the Auxiliary membership to attain their potential. We train and certify the Auxiliary in areas that support our customers. We facilitate acceptance of the Auxiliary as a valued and respected component of Team Coast Guard.

Personal History

CDR Evie Lynn joins the District 11 Auxiliary Team from the Aviation Training Center in Mobile Alabama. While at ATC she was responsible for the Shipboard Helicopter Operations Training and Standardization Program, and flew the MH-65 Helicopter.

Previous Coast Guard assignments include Coast Guard Headquarters Office of Requirements and Analysis, Air Stations Savannah and New Orleans, Navy Flight School and CGC NORTHLAND in Portsmouth Virginia. She is a 1998 graduate of the Coast Guard Academy.