Monday, April 16, 2018

A New Member Comes Aboard

AUX Andrew Carr typingArea Professor, Cybersecurity Expert Joins Flotilla 26
Andrew Carr joined Flotilla 26 in early 2018. We recently sat down with Andrew to learn about what prompted him to join and what he would like to do in the Auxiliary.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

D-Train 2018 is coming!

District 9ER's 2018 D-Train is coming!

Click here to view a promotional brochure with all of the relevant details.

Monday, January 8, 2018

The 'Commander-in-Chefs'

Lou and Bill Cummings Couple Tackles Food Service with Gusto

Bill Cummings and Helen “Lou” Held-Cummings of Utica have been Coast Guard Auxiliarists for more than 15 years. Each has distinguished records of service and leadership in the Auxiliary.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Conroy, Kimber to lead Flotilla 2-6

John Conroy
On November 8th Flotilla 2-6 members voted to elect John Conroy and Mark Kimber as the new Flotilla Commander and Flotilla Vice Commander, respectively.

Conroy and Kimber replace outgoing Commander Bill Cummings and Vice Commander Karen Beehm, whose terms of office end this year.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Flotilla 2-6 cleans up for fall

On Saturday, October 21st, Flotilla 2-6 members gathered for the annual base cleanup and shutdown.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Kennedy Elected Division Commander

Michael Kennedy of Fayettville has been elected commander of Central New York Coast Guard Auxiliary Division 2. He takes office Jan. 1 and is a member of Sylvan Beach Flotilla 26.

Elected Vice Division Commander was Robert F. Shanahan Sr. of East Syracuse, who is also commander of Brewerton Flotilla 2-14.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

East Syracuse Man Heads Central NY Auxiliary

Rick Kunz
Rick Kunz of East Syracuse is the new Coast Guard Auxiliary commander of Central New York’s Division 2, which oversees flotillas in Oswego, Brewerton, Syracuse, Ithaca and Sylvan Beach.

He and Vice Division Commander Paul Phelps of Ithaca were sworn in at a recent Change of Watch Banquet by Coast Guard Commander Nathan Podoll from the Coast Guard’s Great Lakes headquarters in Cleveland.