What is the purpose of the CoastGuard regulation CIM_16790_1G AUXILIARY MANUAL?
The purpose of the CoastGuard regulation CIM_16790_1G AUXILIARY MANUAL is to provide guidelines and procedures for auxiliary members to operate safely and effectively in support of Coast Guard missions.
Who is responsible for complying with the regulations outlined in the Auxiliary Manual?
All auxiliary members, including officers and volunteers, are responsible for complying with the regulations outlined in the Auxiliary Manual.
Are auxiliary members required to undergo any specific training?
Yes, auxiliary members are required to undergo specific training outlined in the Auxiliary Manual depending on their assigned duties and responsibilities.
Can auxiliary members enforce Coast Guard regulations?
No, auxiliary members do not have law enforcement authority and are primarily engaged in non-law enforcement activities in support of the Coast Guard.
What should auxiliary members do in case of an emergency?
In case of an emergency, auxiliary members should follow the procedures outlined in the Auxiliary Manual and promptly report the incident to their chain of command.
Can auxiliary members use Coast Guard facilities and equipment?
Yes, auxiliary members may have access to Coast Guard facilities and equipment as authorized by their chain of command for conducting official auxiliary activities.
Are auxiliary members eligible for benefits and compensation?
No, auxiliary members are unpaid volunteers and are not eligible for benefits or compensation from the Coast Guard.
Can auxiliary members wear Coast Guard uniforms?
Yes, auxiliary members may wear Coast Guard uniforms as authorized by their chain of command for specific events and activities outlined in the Auxiliary Manual.
Can auxiliary members perform law enforcement duties during emergencies?
In emergency situations, auxiliary members may be called upon to perform limited law enforcement duties under the direct supervision of a sworn Coast Guard member.