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US Coast Guard Auxiliary
Point Allerton
Flotilla

US Coast Guard Auxiliary District 1NR Division 12 Flotilla 3

USCG STA
Point Allerton, Hull, MA
Lat 42 18.2' N
Long 70 54.8' W
 

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The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary was established by Congress in June 1939, to assist the Coast Guard in promoting boating safety. It is composed of nearly 33,000 members from all walks of life who are drawn together by their love of the water and a willingness to serve other boaters. Its members receive special training so that they may be a functional part of Team Coast Guard.

As the non-military arm of the U.S. Coast Guard, Auxiliarists assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as public education, safety patrols, search and rescue, marine environmental protection and Coast Guard Academy introduction programs for youth. Auxiliary members volunteer more than 2-million hours annually to benefit other boaters and their families.

Each year, Auxiliarists (people just like you) save almost 450 lives, assist some 13,000 boaters in distress, conduct more than 150,000 Courtesy Safety Examinations of recreational vessels and teach over 500,000 students in boating and water safety courses. The results of these efforts save taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars each year.  


 
 
 
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