This is the Official U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Blog website where information and stories are published every week. It talks about our members activities, safe boating, history, just to name a few. It is a new way to find out what is happening in the Auxiliary and boating environments all over the U.S.
Honoring 75 Years of Service
Call for Articles and Photos 2015 Navigator
It's never too early to start! We are collecting stories and photos for the 2015 Navigator and we need your assistance in finding the best of the best in activities, mission successes and outstanding contributions. As we marked our 75th year, lets start off the next 75 in spectacular fashion by showing the Auxiliary's work at its finest.
So, please, review your files for people who have made a significant difference in our RBS missions, who have served long and well, and for outstanding missions or activities that show our contribution to the Coast Guard and our nation. Send them to us for possible inclusion in this year's Navigator edition. Email Anne Lockwood to submit or for more information.
We need these by July 15, 2015. Photos should be high resolution, show action, and everyone in proper uniform conducting correct procedures. All photos need proper captions following AP Style Guide. Follow the Navigator Guidelines.
The National Public Affairs Department sends out useful information about how to perform the PA duties to an email list called AUXPAO. All levels of PA officers should visit the www.list.auxpa.org to signup. Here are some of the latest postings.
Here are the latest headlines from the www.uscg.mil website showing the happenings nation wide of the brave men and women who serve in the Coast Guard.
Captain Penoyer’s Expectations and Concerns for the AuxiliaryJune Wingert SO-PB, District 8 Coastal Region
In an article for a Division Newsletter, Captain Brian Penoyer, Sector Houston-Galveston stated "...my first expectation of the Auxiliary in mission-support is simply that you are laser-focused on providing your volunteer forces with the right training, equipment, information, and leadership to be at the right place at the right time with the right information."