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From left - Auxiliarists Adrian Diel and Kristoffer Diel; students Dan Schneider and Lea Hurst

Just by the very nature of what we do, the Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary and our local communities need each other. Our local community is the place where we grab a bite of lunch, watch the Independence Day parade, send our children to school — the place where we live and work.

Beyond our local involvement, many national Coast Guard Auxiliary programs give you the opportunity to learn more about who we are and offer us the opportunity to listen to your concerns. Our community relations and outreach efforts help introduce you to our role as America’s Volunteer Guardians and explain our relevance in your daily lives. One of the most effective ways we do this is to teach Boating Safety Courses and Classes.

About Boating Safely – The course required to comply with Louisiana law - (click here)

Suddenly in Command Class: The person operating the vessel is suddenly ill, falls overboard, gets hurt, etc.  What do you do? (click here)


Educated Boaters Save Lives!
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