Keep America's waterways safe. Report any suspicious activity to local authorities, or call the National Response Center at 877-24WATCH. For immediate danger to life or property, call 911, or call the U. S. Coast Guard on Marine Channel 16. Use CYMBALS - Color, Year, Make, Body, Attire/Accessories , License, and State Registration/Sex to relay information to officials.
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary-Division 26- performing CPR
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 26 will be partnering with Mecklenburg EMS Agency to certify Auxiliary Coast Guardsman in CPR/AED. Beginning 2015, Flotilla 26-01 will add a Phillips AED to their vessels deployable gear cache.
If you've ever seen the reflectiong of the blue-rotating hailing light in the reflection of your windshield,you’ve felt the quickening in certain parts of your body…“Jeez, what
Help the USCG recover lost belongings: Request a FREE decal, for your paddle craft, mailed to your home today.
Navy Seal's Swim 13+ miles across LKN to raise money and awareness for Veteran Suicide.
Lake Norman, NC Flotilla 26-01-5SR
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The Coast Guard Auxiliary on Lake Norman, is dedicated to helping the public with Boater Safety to the greater Charlotte area. From Public Education classes, Vessel Safety Checks, Specialized Training, and Boater Assistance. Charlotte area Auxiliary members conduct safety patrols on Lake Norman, assist in Search and Rescue, teach boating safety classes, conduct free vessel safety checks for the public, provide boating safety literature to dealers, as well as many other activities related to recreational boating safety.
The Coast Guard considers the Auxiliary its primary resource for recreational boating safety outreach, boating accident prevention, and immediate assistance to the active-duty Coast Guard during Search and Rescue cases. Each Coast Guard district around the nation has established a senior officer and staff to provide tight liaison and coordination between the active-duty Coast Guard and the various Auxiliary units in that district.
"...maintain an Auxiliary that is robust, well-trained, and always ready." - R.J.PAPP, JR. Admiral U.S. Coast Guard
Shark Conservation Fun Run -
Join the Bayne Brewing Run Club & U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 26-01 in the run for
Bayne Brewing Run Club and U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 26-01 are FINatical about sharks and we’ll join thousands of water loving people around the world running to end finning and preserve our ocean creatures.
Our challenge is to dress in something FINtastically sharky...run...then cool down with a jawsome Bayne beer to raise awareness and much needed funds for shark conservation. We’re calling on divers, swimmers, runners, instructors, families, friends and sports groups, or anyone to join our Finathon and be champions for sharks. It’s a fun, healthy way to raise awareness for this important cause.
Thursday, July 2, 2015 meet at Bayne Brewery at 6pm. The shark run starts at 6:15. There is a 1.5 mile route as well as a 5k route. All levels of experience are invited, even if you're not a runner feel free to walk the courses. Kids are welcomed!
Visit our donation website for course layout through Jetton Park.
Bayne Brewing - 19507 West Catawba Avenue, Cornelius, NC 28031
Visit www.finathon.org/hammertime to make a donation (of any monetary amount) and receive a small gift after the run!
Navy Seal Swim