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Coast Guard Auxiliary Association

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  • United States Coast Guard Auxiliary — United States Coast Guard portal Active June 23, 1939 present …   Wikipedia

  • Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary — For other uses of CMRA, please see CMRA (disambiguation). The Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary or CCGA is a Canada wide volunteer marine association dedicated to marine search and rescue (SAR) and the promotion of boating safety, through… …   Wikipedia

  • Coast Guard Foundation — Type Private Founded 1969 Location Stonington, Connecticut Key people Anne B. Brengle, Ross E. Roeder Website www.coastguardfoundation.org …   Wikipedia

  • Coast Guard Investigative Service — Abbreviation CGIS Coast Guard Investigative Service seal …   Wikipedia

  • Coast Guard Station Eatons Neck — Eatons Neck Light Eatons Neck Lighthouse Location Station Eatons Neck, East side of Huntington bay entrance Coordinates …   Wikipedia

  • United States Coast Guard Reserve — Coast Guard Reserve Active 19 February 1941 to present …   Wikipedia

  • United States Coast Guard — portal Active 4 August 1790–present …   Wikipedia

  • United States Coast Guard Academy — USCGA redirects here. For other uses, see USCGA (disambiguation). United States Coast Guard Academy Motto Scientiæ cedit mare (The sea yields to knowledge) Established 1876/1915 …   Wikipedia

  • United States Coast Guard Charter Boat Captain's license — A United States Coast Guard Charter Boat Captain s Credential refers to the lowest levels of deck officer qualifications on a Merchant Mariners Credential which is a combination of the former Merchant Marine Officers license and Merchant Mariners …   Wikipedia

  • Coast guards in Australia — Australia, with 19,650 kilometres of coastline does not have a force purely to defend its coast. The duty of patrolling the Australian coastline falls to the Royal Australian Navy, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service (through its …   Wikipedia

  • Auxiliary police — (also called special police or special constables) are usually the part time reserves of a regular police force. They may be armed or unarmed. They may be unpaid volunteers or paid members of the police service with which they are affiliated.In… …   Wikipedia