Fifth Northern Region
West New Jersey
Serving Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties
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 35,000 members from all walks of life
who are drawn together by their love of the water and a willingness to serve
other boaters. The individuals receive special training so that they may be a
functional part of Team Coast Guard.
The Auxiliarists assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as Public Education, Safety Patrols, Search and Rescue and Aids to Navigation. In an average year, the Auxiliary will volunteer almost 2,000,000 hours of their time to benefit other boaters and their families.
Vice Division Commander
|RICHARD F. GROCHOWSKI JR.||
STEVEN J. ROTH.
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