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Jun 8, 2023 - The USCG Auxiliary can be defined as a civilian volunteer branch of the United States Coast Guard. It consists of uniformed members located throughout the United States who enhance Coast Guard boating operations. This includes the improvement of recreational boating safety and provides trained crews and facilities to enhance the safety and security of U.S. designated waters.


The Coast Guard Auxiliary has units in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, American Samoa, and Guam that participate in a number of various missions: These include: Safety and Security Patrols, Search and Rescue, Mass Casualty or Disasters, Pollution Response & Patrols, Homeland Security Recreational Boating Safety Commercial Fishing and Vessel Exams, Platforms for Boarding Parties and the recruitment for all service in the Coast Guard. The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary also operates in any mission as directed by the Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard or Secretary of Homeland Security.


The function and services of the USCG Auxiliary represent an extremely valuable resource for the entire boating community. Boaters should become familiar with what the auxiliary is all about and the kind of assistance it can provide.

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