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America's Volunteer Lifesavers
Since its creation by Congress in 1939, the U.S.Coast Guard Auxiliary has served as the civilian, non-military component of the Coast Guard. Today 37,000 volunteer men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary are active on the waterways and classrooms in over 2,000 cities and towns across the nation. Each year, Auxiliarists (folks just like you) save almost 600 lives, assist some 18,000 boaters in distress, conduct more than 175,000 vessel safety examinations of recreational vessels, and teach over 600,000 students in boating and water safety courses. The results of these efforts save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars every year.
Be Part of the Action & Help Save Lives
Since the recreational boating population in the United States is growing rapidly, the Coast Guard Auxiliary needs a few good men and women like you. As an Auxiliarist, you will have the opportunity to select and participate in one or more of the Auxiliary's major programs. If you feel strongly about the rewards you can get from serving your community, the Coast Guard Auxiliary is the right place for you! Either through On-water Operations, the Auxiliary's Public Education Program, Vessel Safety Examination Program, Radio Watch Stander, Marine Environmental Protection or Coast Guard Administration
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