U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 91 D7 Ft. Myers Beach, Florida
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Today's boaters have all kinds of neat computer navigation equiment on board. Do you know how to navigate if there is a power surge, blown fuse or equipment malfuction? Charts and compass should not be optional equipment. If you do not know how read them you should take a course in coastal navigation. You don't need to be an expert, but it sure will help if you get into trouble!
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Flotilla 91 D7
Known as "America’s Volunteer Lifesavers" the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary was established by Congress in 1939 to assist the Coast Guard in promoting boating safety. It boasts more than 35,000 members from all walks of life who receive special training so that they may be a functional part of Coast Guard Forces. Auxiliarists assist the Coast Guard in non-law enforcement programs such as public education, vessel safety checks, safety patrols, search and rescue, maritime security and environmental protection and Coast Guard Academy introduction programs for youth.
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