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Flotilla D5NR 16-07

2015 Meeting Dates




03 February 2015, Tuesday, Division 16 Meeting, Location TBA, 1930
 
04 February 2015, Wednesday, Flotilla Training Meeting, Location TBA, 1930

 
18 February 2015, Wednesday, Flotilla Business Meeting, Location TBA, 1930

 
03 March 2015, Tuesday, Division 16 Meeting, Location TBA, 1930

 
04 March 2015, Wednesday, Flotilla Training Meeting, Location TBA, 1930

 
18 March 2015, Wednesday, Flotilla Business Meeting, Location TBA, 1930

 
Atlantic City Boat Show: 2/4/15—2/8/15, Atlantic City Convention Center

 
D TRAIN: 3/13/15 - 3/15/15, Redding PA, The Inn at Redding

 
ABS Classes: Saturdays: 2/21/15; 5/2/15, 0830 - 1700*
ABS Classes: Thursdays: 3/26/15 & 4/2/15, 4 Hours - Evenings*
Suddenly in Command, Thursday, 5/14/15, 1800 - 2130*
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UNIFORM INSIGNIA FOR AUXILIARISTS

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Ribbons and Medals


Auxiliary Distinguished Service Award
Auxiliary Distinguished Service Award
Legion of Merit
Legion Of Merit
The Guardian Medal
The Guardian Medal
Plaque of Merit
Plaque of Merit
Auxiliary Distinguished Service Award
The Guardian Medal
Plaque of Merit
Auxiliary Meritorious Service Award
Auxiliary Meritorious Service Award
Award of Operational Merit
Award of Operational Merit
Auxiliary Commendation
Auxiliary Commendation
Auxiliary Achievement Award
Auxiliary Achievement Award
Auxiliary Meritorious Service Medal
Award of Operational Merit
Auxiliary Commendation
Auxiliary Achievement Award
Transportation 9-11 Medal
Transportation 9-11 Medal
Auxiliary Sustained Service Award
Auxiliary Sustained Service Award
Letter of Commendation
Letter of Commendation
Coast Guard Presidential Unit Citation No Medal Issued with this Award
 Transportation 9-11 Medal
Auxiliary Sustained Service Award
Auxiliary Commandant’s Letter of Commendation
DOT Outstanding Unit
No Medal Issued with this Award
CG unit Commendation
No Medal Issued with this Award
CG Meritorius Unit
No Medal Issued with this Award
CG Meritorious Comm

No Medal Issued with this Award
Secretary's Outstanding Unit Award
Coast Guard Unit Commendation
Coast Guard Meritorious Unit Commendation
Coast Guard Meritorious Team Commendation
Coast Guard Auxiliary Operational Excelence "E" Ribbon
No Medal Issued with this Award
Not Currently Used
Not Currently Used
CG BiCentenial Unit
No Medal Issued with this Award
Coast Guard Auxiliary Operational Excelence "E" Ribbon
Coast Guard Bicentennial Unit Commendation
Humanitarian Service
Coast Guard Auxiliary Humanitarian Service Award
9-11 Ribbon
No Medal Issued with this Award
CG special Ops
No Medal Issued with this Award
Auxiliary Recruiting
Auxiliary Recruiting Service Award
Coast Guard Auxiliary Humanitarian Service Award
Transportation 9-11 Ribbon
Coast Guard Special Operations Ribbon
Auxiliary Recruiting Service Award
CG Recruiting

No Medal Issued with this Award
Speciality Ribbon
No Medal Issued with this Award
Marine Safety Trident Training Ribbon
No Medal Issued with this Award
Operations Program
Operations Program Ribbon
Coast Guard Recruiting Service Ribbon
Specialty Training Ribbon
Marine Safety Trident Training Ribbon
Operations Program Ribbon
Examiner Program Ribbon
Examiner Program Ribbon
Instructor Program Ribbon
Instructor Program Ribbon
Auxiliary Public Affairs Ribbon

No Medal Issued with this Award
Auxiliary Membership Ribbon
Auxiliary Membership Ribbon
Examiner Program Ribbon
Instructor Program Ribbon
Auxiliary Public Affairs Ribbon
Auxiliary Membership Ribbon
Flotilla Meritorious Achievement Award
Flotilla Meritorious Achievement Award
Auxiliary Examinations/Marine Dealer
Auxiliary Examinations/Marine Dealer Visitation Service
Auxiliary Public Education Service. Award.
Auxiliary Public Education Service. Award.
Auxiliary Operations Service Award Auxiliary Operations Service Award
 Auxiliary Operations Service Award
Flotilla Meritorious Achievement Award
Auxiliary Examinations/Marine Dealer Visitation Service
Auxiliary Public Education Service. Award.
Auxiliary Operations Service Award
"O" awarded for Operations
"S" awarded for Support



Local Flotillas

Flotilla 16-01, Gull Island, established in 1958.  Meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 1945 at Ocean Fire Company #1, Arnold Ave, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.

Flotilla 16-03, Toms River, established in 1958.  Meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 1930 at VFW Post 6063, 210 Courthouse Lane, Toms River, NJ.

Flotilla 16-05, Brick, established in 1966.  Meets the 3rd Friday of each month at 2000 at Brick Municipal Building, Chambers Bridge Road, Brick, NJ.

Flotilla 16-06, Dover-Brick, established in 1962.  Meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1930 at the Dover-Brick First Aid Squad building on Route 35 South, Normandy Beach, N.J.

Flotilla 16-07, Manasquan Inlet, established in 1958.  Meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1930 at USCG Station Manasquan Inlet, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.

Flotilla 16-08, Shark River, established in 1952.  Meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 2000 at USCG Station Shark River, Avon, NJ.

Flotilla 16-10, Metedeconk River, established in 1976.  Meets the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 1930 at USCG Station Manasquan Inlet, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ.


Division 16, 5NR
2015 Information







Elected Officers



            Commander                                                                Terry F. Bearce
            Vice Commander                                                        Joseph Cotignola
            Immediate Past Commander                                      Douglas L. Smith





       Flotilla Commander                                      Vice Commanders



               16-01   Garth M. Dugolinsky                                        James A. Haag, Jr.
            16-03   Richard Catania                                              Joselito Pabon, Jr.      
            16-05   Ruth Anne Bearce                                           Theodore C. Hahula
            16-06   Brenda Reviorfeniello                                      Richard A. Muller
  16-07   Paul C. Harren                                                 Glenn F. Delmonico
            16-08   James H. Bemiss, Jr.                                        John Morrone
            16-10   James H. Harris                                               Kimberly D. Skruodys



Staff Officers



                Communications                                                         Holger E. Skurbe

            Communication Services                                            Robert R. Daraio

            Finance                                                                      Noreen Schifini

            Human Resources                                                      Ruth A. Bearce

            Information Services                                                   David J. Anema

            Marine Safety                                                             Vacant

            Materials                                                                     Douglas L. Smith

            Member Training                                                        Terry F. Bearce          

            Navigation Systems                                                    Richard A. Muller

            Operations                                                                 Joseph Cotignola

            Publications                                                                Terry F. Bearce

            Public Affairs                                                              Noreen Schifini

            Public Education                                                        Ronald J. Coleman

            RBS Visitor                                                                 Noreen Schifini

            Secretary/Records                                                     Ruth A. Bearce

            Vessel Examination                                                    Chester S. Nesley



Flotilla Insignia 
Blue/Silver 'A'- Elected -- Red/Yellow 'A'- Appointed
USCGAux insignia do not convey RANK, they convey office held!
The only title used besides "Auxiliarist" is Commodore for those who hold that position.
Member


Member Shoulder Boards
Member Insignia Pin

Staff Officer
FSO Burgee
FSO Shoulder Boards
FSO Insignia Pins

PAST
Past FSO Burgee
Vice Commander
ADSO Burgee
VFC Shoulder Boards
VFC Insignia Pins
PAST
Past VFC Burgee

Commander
FC Burgee
FC Shoulder Boards
FC Insignia Pins
PAST
PAST FC Burgee


USCG Auxiliary Sites
    
Division Insignia

 Blue/Silver 'A'- Elected -- Red/Yellow 'A'- Appointed
USCGAux insignia do not convey RANK, they convey office held!
The only title used besides "Auxiliarist" is Commodore for those who hold that position
.
Staff Officer
FSO Burgee
SO Shoulder Boards
SO Insignia Pins
PAST
Past SO Burgee
Division Vice Commander
(formerly Captain)
VCP Burgee
VCP Shoulder Boards
VCP Insignia Pins
PAST
Past VCP Burgee
Division Commander
(formerly Captain)

DCP Burgee
DCP Shooulder Boards
DCP Insignia Pins
PAST
Past DCP Burgee

 Forms 

Blue/Silver 'A'- Elected -- Red/Yellow 'A'- Appointed
USCGAux insignia do not convey RANK, they convey office held!
The only title used besides "Auxiliarist" is Commodore for those who hold that position.
National Insignia
Branch Assistant
BA Burgee
BA Shoulder Boards
BA Insignia Pins
PAST
Past BA Burgee
Branch Chief
BC Burgee
BC Shoulder Boards
BC Insignia Pins
PAST
Past BC Burgee
Division Chief
DVC Burgee
DVC Shoulder Boards
DVC Insignia Pins
PAST
Past DVC Burgee
Department Director
(formerly Chief)
DC Burgee

DC Shoulder Boards
DC Insignia Pins
PAST
Past DC Burgee
Assistant National Commodore
(Red 'A')
(formerly Directorate)
ARCO Burgee
NARCO Shoulder Boards
DCO Insignia Pins
Deputy National Commodore
(formerly Area Commodore)

NAVCO Burgee
NAVCO Shoulder Boards
NAVCO Insignia Pins
Deputy National Commodore
for Mission Support

(red 'A')
(Formerly Chief of Staff)

NAVCO Burgee
NAVCO Shoulder Boards
NAVCO Insignia Pins
National Vice Commodore

NAVCO Burgee
NAVCO Shoulder Boards
NAVCO Insignia Pins
National Commodore
NACO Burgee
NACO Shoulder Boards
NACO Insignia Pins


Manuals 

Auxiliary Manual  COMDTINST M16790.1F  (Slow Loading)
USCG Auxiliary Sites

Coast Guard Sites
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United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 16-07 5NR

Photo/Video Photography Release Procedures
Photos & video photography that are taken at public venues such as VSC events are considered “News” related and do not need releases but, please do not include the names or personal information of individual children for publication without a release signed by a parent or legal guardian.

Events in schools, such as PE classes, usually require written parental consent according to the school policy, so a copy of the school’s permission slips is sufficient.

Otherwise, it is best to get a release signed if the moving or still images are to be released to the press or used in the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary publications or marketing materials. 

·        Since schools usually require individual permission slips signed by each student’s parent, it would be burdensome to require copies of individual permission slips.  Please request the supervising teacher to sign one copy of our Flotilla Permission Slip with an accompanying statement that she/he has, on file, the required parent consent forms for all of her/his students.  This permission slip should indicate the names of any students whose parents have not granted permission.

·        At any events where only adults are in attendance, an announcement needs to be made that pictures or videos will be taken for use by the Coast Guard facility.  If anyone in attendance does not wish to be photographed, he/she is to bring this to the attention of any participating Auxiliary member in attendance.

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United States Coast Guard Auxiliary
Flotilla 16-07 5NR

Photographic/Video Release Form

I, ________________________,the undersigned adult, have given my permission for my name, image and statements, and/or those of my minor children, to be used by Flotilla 16-07 [Point Pleasant, NJ] of the Fifth District, Northern Region, United States Coast Guard Auxiliary.  I understand that such use may be for training, internal or public publications, including web or internet sites, and/or incorporation in other media for such uses.  I further understand that the United States Coast Guard, the Coast Guard Auxiliary, and/or its subsidiary units may license use to entities outside the United States Coast Guard without my further permission.  I understand I will not be compensated for such use, nor control the method or timing of any such release, nor have I received any thing of value for any use.

By my signature below I indicate that I have read and understood the above, and grant the permission stated in this Release.

Date: _____________________                     ___________________________________
                                                                                    Signature

Please print the following CONTACT INFORMATION:

Your Name: ____________________________________________________________

Child(ren)’s Names:  ______________________________________________________ 

Street Address:  __________________________________________________________ 

City, State, Zip Code:  _____________________________________________________ 

Preferred Telephone:    Area Code:  __________  Number:  _______________________


Your contact information will remain confidential.

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Uniforms and Equipment

Service Dress Blue

         Service Dress Blue

To:   ALAUX
From: CHDIRAUX
Subj: AUXILIARY UNIFORM GUIDANCE -015/11

1.      Coast Guard uniform policies were recently changed as described in ALCOAST 291/11.  Although considerable latitude was provided to minimize the impacts of these changes on Auxiliary uniform policies, several changes to Auxiliary uniform policies are appropriate in order to sustain a high degree of service-wide continuity.  The following provisions summarize the main impacts on and resultant effective changes to Auxiliary uniform policies stemming from that ALCOAST.  Due to the nature and breadth of uniform policies, not all uniform policy impacts to all sections of Chapter 10 of the Coast Guard Auxiliary Manual, COMDTINST M16790.1 (series) can be described in this message.  Additional detailed changes will be included in the forthcoming revision to that manual.
2.      Primary Uniform Policy Changes

a.       Service Dress Blue (SDB) uniform:

(1)     May be worn year-round for business within the Coast Guard and for special occasions where the civilian equivalent is coat and tie.

(2)     Authorized for wear in a travel status pursuant to Coast Guard assignment to duty.

(3)     Prescribed outer wear with the SDB are the bridge coat or trench coat with combination cap.  The overcoat, reefer coat, foul weather parka (FWP), garrison cap, and Air Force cold weather cap will no longer be authorized for Auxiliary wear with the SDB uniform as of December 31, 2012.

Tropical Blue Long

     Tropical Blue Long

(4)     The windbreaker may be worn in lieu of the SDB coat except when the SDB coat is more appropriate for an occasion.  Auxiliarists shall conform to Coast Guard unit policies regarding such wear whenever interacting with or representing the unit.

b.       Tropical Blue Long uniform:

(1)     May be worn year-round for appropriate assignments to duty.  It may be worn in lieu of the SDB, but not to functions where civilian dress is coat and tie.

(2)       Authorized for wear in a travel status pursuant to Coast Guard assignment to duty.

(3)     Prescribed outer wear with the Tropical Blue uniform are the windbreaker and trench coat with combination cap or garrison cap (ball caps of any type are not authorized for wear with the Tropical Blue uniform). The overcoat, reefer coat, and work jacket will no longer be authorized for Auxiliary wear with the Tropical Blue uniform as of December 31, 2012.

Winter Dress Blue

     Winter Dress Blue

(4)     The FWP may be worn with the Tropical Blue uniform if adverse environmental conditions dictate the need for this heavier outer wear (such wear shall be limited to necessary occasions or periods). Auxiliarists shall otherwise conform to Coast Guard unit policies regarding such wear whenever interacting with or representing the unit.

c.       Winter Dress Blue (WDB) uniform:

(1)     May be worn between November 1 and March 31 for general office wear, visits to Coast Guard units, and appropriate assignments to duty.  It is the basic cold climate, non-operational uniform and may be worn in lieu of the SDB, but not to functions where civilian dress is coat and tie.

(2)     Authorized for wear in a travel status pursuant to Coast Guard assignment to duty.

(3)     Prescribed outer wear with the WDB are the windbreaker, bridge coat, or trench coat with garrison cap or combination cap (ball caps of any type are not authorized for wear with the WDB uniform).  The overcoat, reefer coat, and Air Force cold weather cap will no longer be authorized for Auxiliary wear with the SDB uniform as of December 31, 2012.

Foul Weather Parka
Foul Weather Parka

(4)     The FWP may be worn with the WDB if adverse environmental conditions dictate the need for this heavier outer wear (such wear shall be limited to necessary occasions or periods).  Auxiliarists shall otherwise conform to Coast Guard unit policies regarding such wear whenever interacting with or representing the unit.

(5)     The developmental WDB shirt with permanent silicone creases shall not be authorized for Auxiliary wear until approved by the Coast Guard Uniform Board as a standard seabag item.

 

ODU
ODU



d.       Operational Dress Uniform (ODU):

(1)     May be worn year-round primarily as a field utility and watch standing uniform, and may be worn in an office environment.

(2)     Auxiliarists shall carefully consider the appropriateness of ODU wear in settings that are highly representational in nature, where the type of interaction with the public dictates more formality, or settings in an interagency environment.  In DoD, joint or inter-service environments, wear of the ODU should align with the DoD equivalent uniform of the day. The ODU should not be worn for visits to civilian agencies or non-Coast Guard organizations unless the prescribed uniform of the day is the ODU or DoD equivalent at the visit site.  However, in some cases the ODU may be appropriate due to the operational nature of the visit or the nature of the work to be performed.  The ODU may be worn for commuting to and from duty assignments, using either private or public forms of transportation.

Auxiliarists shall otherwise conform to Coast Guard unit policies regarding such wear whenever interacting with or representing the unit.

(3)     Prescribed outer wear with the ODU is the FWP with the standard Auxiliary ball cap (or Coast Guard unit ball cap, if authorized due to the nature of support provided to the Coast Guard unit), knit watch cap, or the Auxiliary sun (Tilley) hat.  The windbreaker, work jacket, trench coat, wooly-pully, cardigan sweater, and blue working utility cap will no longer be authorized for Auxiliary wear with the ODU as of December 31, 2012.

(4)     Shoes that are worn with the ODU shall be well-blackened 8-inch or 10-inch safety boots.  When worn in an office, boots shall be shined.

Excess laces shall be tucked away so they cannot be seen.  The boat shoe (dark blue or brown leather, low cut of moccasin type construction with functional rawhide lacing, brass eyelets, and non-marking sole) is an authorized option for Auxiliarists, regardless of type ODU that is worn (regular or Hot Weather Uniform).

(5)     Auxiliarists are authorized to remove the ODU blouse when engaged in demanding, prolonged operations in high temperatures.  In all such cases, the Coast Guard dark blue crew neck T-shirt shall be worn stenciled or embroidered with the words “USCG AUXILIARY” across the front left chest in white ¾-inch tall block-style letters.  It shall be in good condition with no tears or stains.  It may be 100 percent cotton or may be made of a cotton-polyester blend to facilitate moisture wicking.  

This relaxed ODU wear is not intended for routine wear in the office environment or public.

It is not authorized for wear while commuting to and from duty assignments, including in private vehicles.  Auxiliarists shall otherwise conform to Coast Guard unit policies regarding such wear whenever interacting with or representing the unit.

(6)     All Auxiliarists shall pay particular attention to appearance while wearing the ODU.  The ODU shall be serviceable, well-maintained, clean, and not faded or discolored.

USCG Auxiliary Ball Cap, Tlley Hat, T-Shirt, and ODU Shorts

(7)     The tucked ODU shall remain authorized for Auxiliary wear until no
longer serviceable.

e.      Hot Weather Uniform:

(1)     Though no longer authorized for active duty personnel, the Hot Weather Uniform remains authorized for Auxiliary wear.

(2)     The prescribed shirt for the Hot Weather Uniform is the Coast Guard dark blue crew neck T-shirt shall be worn stenciled or embroidered with the words “USCG AUXILIARY” across the front left chest in white ¾-inch tall block-style letters.  It shall be in good condition with no tears or stains.

It may be 100 percent cotton or may be made of a cotton-polyester blend to facilitate moisture wicking.  The Auxiliary operations polo shirt may be worn with this uniform as an alternative (note – the Auxiliary operations polo shirt may be worn as an alternative to the Coast Guard working blue uniform shirt, the ODU top, and the Hot Weather Uniform shirt).

USCG Auxiliary Ball Cap

Additionally, the Vessel Examiner shirt may be worn with this uniform as an alternative when conducting vessel safety checks.  The standard Coast Guard light blue (Air Force) short sleeve shirt (undress blue) and the standard Coast Guard dark blue short sleeve shirt (working blue) will no longer be authorized for Auxiliary wear with the Hot Weather Uniform as of December 31, 2012.

3.      ALCOAST 291/11 also conveyed the Coast Guard Uniform Board’s concern about several other items, as addressed below:

a.      Ball Caps:

(1)     In support of the Uniform Board’s determinations, only three sources
of ball caps for Auxiliarists are authorized:  the Coast Guard Auxiliary
Center (AUXCEN), the Coast Guard Uniform Distribution Center (UDC), and the Coast Guard Exchange System (CGES).

(2)     The standard Auxiliary ball cap worn by Auxiliarists shall conform
to the provisions of ALCOAST 291/11 that deal with material, circumstances for wear, and general appearance.

(3)     Oak leaves and acorns (aka, scrambled eggs) will no longer be
authorized for wear on any ball cap worn by Auxiliarists as of
December 31, 2012.

(4)     Insignia wear and markings on the standard Auxiliary ball cap shall
remain as otherwise prescribed in the Auxiliary Manual.

b.       Liners:  The Foul Weather Parka FWP liner or other liners are not
authorized as a standalone jacket.

c.      Women’s Uniform Items:

(1)      The tiara is not authorized as an optional item for women’s
dress
uniforms
.

Dinner Dress White
Dinner Dress White

(2)      Pumps are an optional item for women’s dress uniforms and shall be
worn in accordance with provisions of the Auxiliary Manual.

4. The purpose of this list is to keep Auxiliarists as well as all other
interested parties abreast of current developments, policies, manuals, etc.
All information contained herein and linked is OFFICIAL policy and
information.

5. Internet Release and Distribution is Authorized.

6. CG-5421 sends

 

Dinner Dress Mess
Dinner Dress Mess

 

Official Coast Guard Auxiliary Uniform and Insignia Guide

New Member Uniform Guide


Coast Guard Uniform Distribution Center

UDC Standard Order Form

Your Employee I.D. number (Emplid) or Auxiliary Member number is required to purchase items - Social Security Numbers (SSN's) are not authorized.


UDC Ordering Details

  • Payment may be made by your personal credit cards, personal check or money order (for the exact amount of the purchase). Purchases are shipped by USPS Priority Mail at no cost to you.  To expedite shipment, select an alternative shipment method at an additional cost to be paid by credit card, and indicate whether a signature is required for merchandise receipt. Allow one business day  for processing of order.
  • After ordering, please allow 7 to 10 business days for order receipt.


UDC Shop On-Line


Online ordering is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  The online Webstore is designed to be used in conjunction with this web site.  Choose the items and sizes from the categories on the left, and order from the same categories on the Webstore.

  • First time users will need to Pre-Register.  Complete the form in its entirety, and a confirmation e-mail will be sent to you confirming your registration. 
  • To log in, use your Employee I.D. (EMPLID) number (or Auxiliary member number), and your selected Password.  If you've forgotten your Password or wish to change it, click on the "Request/Change Login and Password" link on the Web Store Login page.
  • After ordering, please allow 7 to 10 business days for order receipt. 

UDC Fax Orders

Orders may be faxed 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays and will be processed the following business day.  Uniform orders can be faxed to the UDC using our Standard Order Form or another document containing the applicable information, pricing can be found within the web store.  Please fax your order only once to avoid duplicate orders.  If you do not receive your order within eighteen business days after ordering, please call
800-874-6841 to check the status of your order.
  • Please fax your orders to: 609-861-7930 or 609-861-5632.

 UDC Phone Orders

Telephone orders may normally be placed from 0800 to 1530, Monday-Friday, Eastern Standard Time, excluding Federal holidays.  To reduce your phone holding time, have a list of items needed and your specific measurements.

  • Please call 800-874-6841 (toll-free) or commercial: 609-861-1221
  • After ordering, please allow 7 to 10 business days for order receipt.

Other Approved Vendors:


LIGHTHOUSE UNIFORM COMPANY 
1532 15th Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
toll free - 800-426-5225
local - 206-282-5600
fax - 206-282-5662


THE BENT NEEDLE
Work and Dress Auxiliary Uniforms
503-325-0638

sales@bentneedle.net
Name Tapes and Sew-On Devices




ODU USCG Auxiliary Coxswain Device
USCG Aux Sew-On
Coxswain Device

UNIFORM NAMETAPE COMPANY
5701 S. Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, FL 33611
Toll Free: 800-237-0011 M-F 7:30 a.m to 5:00 p.m.

Badges, Name Plate, Name Tapes, Rank Insignia, Service Tapes
ODU Name TagODU USCG Auxiliary




1-800-NAMETAPE
305 North Street
Waynesville, MO 65583
E-mail at
spur@fidnet.com
Toll-Free phone at 1-800-626-3827
Local Phone Number 573-774-5793
Fax Number 573-774-6263


Name TagNAME TAGS FOR YOU
1145 East Main Street, Lakeland Fla. 33801
Toll Free:800-695-1227
Sales@Nametags4U.com
 Flightsuit and jacket nametags

PropperShop Auxiliary

The Nautical Realm



U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Pilot Wings
New Member Uniform Guide



U.S. Coast Guard Station Manasquan Inlet
U.S. Coast Guard Station Manasquan Inlet
Location: 1 mile southeast of Squan Beach;
40-06' 52"N x 74-01' 43"W in 1880; 40-07' 00"N x 74-02' 00"W in 1915; 40-06' 12"N x 74-02' 30"W.

61 Inlet Drive, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ 08742-2642, (732) 775-5029 Map

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed volunteer component of the United States Coast Guard created by an Act of Congress in 1939. The Auxiliary, America's Volunteer Guardians, supports the Coast Guard in nearly all of the service's missions. For more information about the Coast Guard Auxiliary visit http://www.cgaux.org


Welcome To Flotilla 16-07, D5NR, USCG Auxiliary



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