With nearly 25,000 members, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary actively provides safety patrols on area waterways and regularly meets with the boating public at marinas and in classrooms. We also directly assist the U.S. Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as search and rescue, and marine environmental protection.
Flotilla 22 is based at the tip of Sandy Hook, NJ at the USCG Station. We operate over 12 surface facilities and have more than 50 active members supporting USCG Station Sandy Hook in all aspects of Search & Rescue, Marine Safety, Environmental Protection, and Recreational Boating Safety.
As a member of our Flotilla, we will provide you with hands-on training in the programs and activities that interest you. You can perform safety examinations of recreational boats, or crew on Search & Rescue patrols, and much more!
Contact us today to learn more about how you can be a part of our crew!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About US Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 22
20 Crispin Rd, Highlands, NJ 07732, US
It is the purpose of this Flotilla that we support the US Coast Guard in its missions of Boating Safety, Search and Rescue, and Homeland Security. We will accomplish this through our active participation in the First District - Southern Region and the Second Division of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. We augment the regular and reserve forces to extend and expand upon the capabilities of Coast Guard Forces. We will conduct ourselves at all times with Honor, Respect, and Devotion to Duty as we uphold the traditions and standards of the US Coast Guard. We will focus our efforts on the missions of Coast Guard Auxiliary service to Boating Safety, Public Education, Operations, and all other missions as assigned to us. As members of such a crucial volunteer organization we will maintain standards of professional conduct that meet or exceed those of the Auxiliary and the Coast Guard. We will always present an organized and positive appearance to the public, a cooperative and respectful attitude to the Coast Guard, and a friendly and supportive environment for each other. We will always conduct ourselves with a standard of excellence, and support each other as we strive to learn and grow within the Auxiliary and the Coast Guard. We will treat each other with dignity and concern, and support each Auxiliary member as they try to grow and learn within the organization. We will pass our knowledge down to new and younger members to our unit will grow and stay strong. We do not condone any form of discrimination, harassment, or intimidation at any level, at any time, in any place, whether toward members, other Coast Guard Forces, or the boating public. This is a zero tolerance policy. Our purpose: To support the US Coast Guard, the First District, Activities New York, and Station Sandy Hook in all approved missions of the Auxiliary. Our operations: We will maintain our training, equipment, uniforms, and behaviors at or above all Auxiliary and Coast Guard standards. We are skilled, trained, disciplined, professional, and safe. Our principles: We are committed to standards of professional conduct that treat each other with dignity, respect, and tolerance.
Soon after the Auxiliary was founded in 1939 this Flotilla began operations in the Sandy Hook Area. Originally part of the US Coast Guard Reserve, when Congress modified the structure of the Auxiliary our unit became one of the first independent Auxiliary Units.
We are based at US Coast Guard Station Sandy Hook, and contribute to all of the Coast Guard and the Auxiliary's missions, including: Recreational Boating Safety - through vessel safety examinations, boating safety courses, and community outreach Coast Guard Operations - through on duty watchstanding, crew augmentation, medical and health service support, boat and PWC patrols, aids to navigation patrols and surveys Homeland Security - through Maritime Domain Awareness patrols, coast guard support, Marine Safety and Environmental Protection patrols
Our Flotilla has been recognized with several unit awards, including: Admiral's Award for Operational Excellence (Inaugural Winner) Boat/US Best Flotilla in USA Winner Bicentennial Unit Commendation CG Unit Commendation (5 times) DOT Secretary's Outstanding Unit Commendation Presidential Unit Citation Special Operations Services Ribbon Transportation 9/11 Ribbon
We have more than 35 dedicated and trained members contributing thousands of hours of support per year.
Emergency & Safety
We'll work with your schedule.
USCG Station Sandy Hook20 Crispin RdHighlands, NJ07732
November 15, 2019
Teaching / Instruction
Search & Rescue
Must be at least 17
Orientation or Training
Applicants must be U.S. citizens, at least 17 years old