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    US Coast Guard needs YOU !!

    Iíve been asked by Jim Davis, US Coast Guard Auxiliary Public Affairs Officer, Div. 1 San Diego, to help form a US Coast Guard Auxiliary PWC Squadron to patrol San Diego Bay, Mission Bay & the Colorado River.
    The Coast Guard realizes the need for small, fast maneuverable craft to patrol where the Coast Guard boats canít.
    Like you, I have seen stupid people do stupid/dangerous things on the Bay, launch ramp & at the River and wanted to say *something* to them....now you can.
    This is a non-enforcement education-only position....no tickets or confrontations.
    It is all expenses paid (while at the River on per diem) and you work whenever you have the time.

    Interested Runabout owners email
    [email protected] for more information.

    V/r,
    Ray


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    Sweetness =D

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    Ray,
    send details to [email protected]. I am interested in doing this.

    Thank you.

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    Coast Guard Aux. Initial Meeting in San Diego April 7th

    Below is the email I just received from Jim Davis Coast Guard PR San Diego,

    Ray,
    Sat., April 7th is good. We can meet at Hipp Marine, 4070 Kearny Mesa Rd. in San Diego at 9:30 am. They have a room that they let us use for teaching classes. I am looking forward to meeting you and your friends. I will have three other auxiliarists there who will be helping with this project.
    Jim


    This is an information-only no-comittment meeting.
    Hope to see you there !!

    Ray


    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Hinton View Post
    Iíve been asked by Jim Davis, US Coast Guard Auxiliary Public Affairs Officer, Div. 1 San Diego, to help form a US Coast Guard Auxiliary PWC Squadron to patrol San Diego Bay, Mission Bay & the Colorado River.
    The Coast Guard realizes the need for small, fast maneuverable craft to patrol where the Coast Guard boats canít.
    Like you, I have seen stupid people do stupid/dangerous things on the Bay, launch ramp & at the River and wanted to say *something* to them....now you can.
    This is a non-enforcement education-only position....no tickets or confrontations.
    It is all expenses paid (while at the River on per diem) and you work whenever you have the time.

    Interested Runabout owners email
    [email protected] for more information.

    V/r,
    Ray

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    Meeting with Coast Guard Auxiliary for interested runabout owners April 7th San Diego

    Meeting with Coast Guard Auxiliary for interested runabout owners this coming Saturday, April 7th 9:30AM at Hipp Marine,4070 Kearny Mesa Rd. in San Diego.
    Below are basic qualifications for operating a PWC as a Coast Guard Auxiliarist.
    Hope to see you Saturday the 7th !
    Ray

    Boat Crew Ė PWC Operator

    Ref: Auxiliary Boat Crew Training Manual, COMDTINST M16794.51, pages 3-1 thru 3-6, 4-1 thru 4-5, and 5-1 thru 5-5.
    Auxiliary Boat Crew Qualification Guide, Volume III: PWC Operator, COMDTINST M16794.54, pages 1-1 thru 1-9
    Primary Mission - Train and qualify members with the skills and knowledge for safe and effective performance as a PWC Operator to operate Auxiliary vessel facilities under Coast Guard patrol orders.
    Qualification - Physical ability to perform task, completion of task in the PWC Operator qualification guide and QE sign off of oral exam and check ride. Qualified boat crew or coxswain only need to complete those qualification tasks specific to operating a PWC.
    Annual - Must log eight hours underway on orders, perform the following task each calendar year: pre-underway checkoff, dismount and remount a PWC in deep water, pick-up a conscious person and transport to shore, pass a towline to another PWC and take in stern tow.
    Re-Qualification - None identified
    Notes - Currency maintenance is carried out in a five-year cycle. Year one thru four maybe signed off by a certified PWC operator. Year five must be signed off by a QE. The PWC Operator must pass an open book Auxiliary Navigation Rules exam with a minimum score of 90%, complete a PFD swim, and maneuver through a buoyed slalom course.

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