CG Auxiliary hosts regional training symposium

More than 500 Coast Guard auxiliarists from around the Great Lakes region, and as far away as Alaska and Hawaii - as well as active duty and civilian members of the U.S. Coast Guard - gathered in Michigan a week ago for a training symposium. The symposium was held March 27 to April 2 in Pontiac. It was intended to improve their boating skills and public water safety programs for safeguarding mariners.
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Apr 6, 2011

Class topics ranged from how to teach boating and kayak safety to operations that directly support Coast Guard search-and-rescue missions. Attendees logged more than 6,000 hours of instruction during the symposium.

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