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Welcome to New Bedford Flotilla 6-5, District 1NR

First District Northern Region - Flotilla 6-5

Flotilla 65 on Patrol

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary is the uniformed civilian component of the Coast Guard established by Congress in 1939 to assist in promoting boating safety. It boasts nearly 30,000 members from all walks of life who receive special training so that they may be an integral part of Team Coast Guard. Auxiliarists assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as public education, vessel safety checks, safety patrols, search and rescue, and marine environmental protection programs. Auxiliarists donate more than 2 million hours annually to benefit the recreational boating community. In an average year the Coast Guard Auxiliary provides 4,500,00 volunteer hours to the U.S. Coast Guard, saves 800 lives, assists 13,000 people in distress, protects $92,000,000 in property, conducts 132,000 vessel safety checks, conducts 2,000 commercial fishing vessel examinations, conducts over 86,000 marine dealer visits, provides 4,000 vessel facilities to the Coast Guard, provides 240 air facilities to the Coast Guard, conducts 16,600 public education sessions and teaches 2,800 boating safety courses.

United States Coast Guard Auxiliary First District Northern Region 2019 Change Of Watch

Flotilla Commander Andrew P. Butler and Vice Flotilla Commander Aaron A. Leger were sworn in for a second term on December 8, 2018

New Bedford Veterans Day Parade

Members of Flotilla 065 at the 2018 New Bedford Veterans Day Parade


Plymouth Thanksgiving Day Parade

Flotilla 65 Represents at America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade. Saturday, November 17, 2018 in Plymouth MA.

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CPR / AED Training

Flotilla 6-5 Auxiliarist Wayne Oliveira offers CPR / AED Training.